Many surveys have shown that more money alone doesn’t make a huge difference in the way people feel about their job. One of the biggest complaints people have is that they often aren’t paid enough for what they do. But is money really your biggest issue? If your pay was doubled, would you be much … Continue reading Upset About Your Pay? Think About What Else Your Job Gives You
One of the biggest complaints about being an administrative professional is that we often aren’t paid enough for what we do. But, is money really admins’ biggest issue? If your pay was doubled, would you be much happier? We all know the adage that “money doesn’t buy happiness.” Many surveys have shown that more money, … Continue reading Show Me the Money (or Something Else)
It isn’t easy at all, but then again, anything worth having doesn’t come easy, right? Does the idea of working from home and running your business interest you? Do you like the concept of having the flexibility to do what you want when you want? Do you want to control how much money you make, … Continue reading Know This About Being Self-Employed Before You Take The Leap
Click here to view this email in your browser. Are You Willing To Adapt? The world is changing. Quickly too. Are you keeping up with the times? Things are changing ten times faster than just ten years ago. By the year 2025, 50% of people will be working virtually. Does this scare you … Continue reading From Admin to VA – Keeping ON TRACK with Rhonda – September 2017
The answer may be the secret to getting the next one. “I just got passed up for another promotion. This is the third one in the last four years. I have a degree and great skills; I get excellent comments and scores on my yearly reviews, too. It seems impossible for me to break out … Continue reading Always Ask Why You Didn’t Get That Promotion
Click here to view this email in your browser. Are You Conversationally Intelligent?: New Webinar on June 15 Hi David As an administrative assistant, dealing with multiple individuals with differing priorities, knowing how to quickly build rapport becomes a powerful asset. Many people unknowingly trigger emotional reactions in others by how they speak. … Continue reading Are You Conversationally Intelligent? – New Webinar – June 15
I was so discouraged all I wanted to do was cry. Just a few years ago my New Year’s resolution was to get into shape (again)! I started running and quickly managed to become addicted to it. I looked forward to my runs. I planned them in advance. I woke up each day excited … Continue reading I’ve Fallen (But I Can Get Up)
I was able to cross off an item on my bucket list this week, as I was fortunate enough to attend The Masters in Augusta GA. It was everything I dreamed of and more. Before I even went to Augusta, I knew the rules stated that I was not allowed to bring my mobile phone … Continue reading Unplugging From Your Phone Is More Rewarding When It’s A Choice
Did I wake you? It’s 2 a.m. and I’m driving through North Carolina. It’s dark, the roads are empty and the radio is off. Fortunately, the moon is full so I have good visibility and I’m comfortably taking advantage of the lack of traffic at this time of night, to drive back home to Ottawa. … Continue reading Are You On Autopilot? Wake Up!
Help Me Rhonda! “I just got passed up for another promotion. This is the third one in the last four years. I have a degree and great skills; I get excellent comments and scores on my yearly reviews, too. It seems impossible for me to break out of being ‘just a secretary.’ Any ideas on … Continue reading Have you been passed over on promotions?