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Progress Over Perfection

Progress Over Perfection

Yesterday I really walked the talk when it comes to the expression 'Progress over perfection'. I presented my first ever webinar via Zoom. Cringeworthy in some senses (oh who I am kidding, cringeworthy in many senses) but absolutely exhilarating in others. This...

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Three Reasons To Get On The Podcast Bandwagon

Three Reasons To Get On The Podcast Bandwagon

This blog post was initially titled ‘Get With The Podgram’. According to my 14 year old brains trust this was not a winning title. It’s a shame really. I quite liked it and may yet proceed with getting a t shirt made up with the slogan. My message is the same...

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Roadtripping To Breast Cancerville

Roadtripping To Breast Cancerville

The word 'Journey’ is frequently trotted out when discussing Breast Cancer. It’s the name given to the guide that’s provided to newly diagnosed women by the Breast Cancer Network of Australia, or BCNA as it's known. With all due respect to the lovely people who craft...

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Confessions Of A Serial Over Thinker

Confessions Of A Serial Over Thinker

I am a serial 'over-thinker'.  I anguish, I obsess, I dwell. This ability to use of copious amounts of perfectly good brain cells obsessing over whether I can do X (insert any number of activities that induce my imposter syndrome/fear of failure) is exhausting.  It...

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You Really Don't Want To Say No!

Saying "No" to this pop up form is something I bet you can do quite easily. But if you're like most Executive Assistants I come across, saying "No" at work is a different story.

The trick is to be able to say "No" without actually using the word! So I've created this simple cheat sheet giving you 5 Ways To Say "No" Without Using The Word "No".


All I need is your email address and your name and the cheat sheet will be flying through cyber-space to your inbox before you can say indispensable!

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Pssssssst! I'm Running My First Online Course Soon.

Due to popular demand I've decided to get my butt into gear and launch my first online course. It's going to help you communicate your value and skills so that you can get more recognition and feel more secure in your role.

Does that sound like something you'd be interested in?

If the answer is yes then all I need is a few details and I will add you to the dedicated mailing list.

As a thank you I'm going to be sending you my list of 100 words to help you get started thinking about your EA brand.

You're On The List!

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