I’ve mentioned before that I think personal assistants should replace corporate secretaries, which means logistical assistance for both personal and professional efforts of busy executives. This article in today’s NYT affirmed my belief that for even the non mega-rich and famous a personal assistant can be a terrific investment. Some day I will start a business that provides high powered personal assistants for high powered executives or partners in professional services firms.
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