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5 Principles for Maximizing Your Executive Assistant You can get more done in less time.

By Valerie Riley

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Your to-do list is overflowing, you can't find the agenda for your meeting, and you are already running five minutes late. It doesn't matter how late you stay in the office or how much you cut back your sleep; there is never enough time in the day to get everything done. Does this sound familiar?

Business owners often have so much on their plate that they don't have time to focus on what is important in their company; they tend to take on more responsibilities than they have time for, and they rarely ask for help even when they have an assistant. This type of work mentality only leads to burnout and job dissatisfaction, but hiring and maximizing your assistant can remedy that.

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