Personal Assistant

Be Happy! by making your life simpler...

What is a personal assistant?

In very basic terms, it is someone who does whatever needs to be done for you so that you are doing what you want to be doing or what makes you most productive.

For a more formal definition, a personal assistant, or personal aide, is someone who assists in daily personal tasks.

For example, a businessman or businesswoman may have a personal assistant to help with correspondence and run errands. The title of a business personal assistant is often shortened as "PA". There are also personal assistants who work specifically for disabled people, and whose salaries are paid by social services. Families in which both parents work may also employ personal assistants, often referred to as household managers. The role of a personal assistant can be very varied.

Non-business personal assistants, or household managers, are employed to help with the management of schedules and errands in families.

People who cannot afford to hire their own personal assistant full-time can hire a concierge company or a part-time assistant.

Whatever the situation, a personal assistant can add tremendously to your quality of life by:

- Simplifying your life
- Removing or reducing the things you don't like doing
- Increasing and maximizing the things you love to do
- Making you more productive (both personally and professionally)

So, if you can swing it, make this one of your strategies to make your life better.

BeHappy! my friends.


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