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  1. Hi there Everyone! I'm Troi. I currently work as an Admin. Assistant to a City Secretary (5+ years), and hold a second hat as the city's Marketing Specialist. I just enrolled in the PACE certification course and I'm looking forward to learning and connecting with you all. My goal is to become an Executive Assistant, so I gladly welcome any tips, advice or wisdom from Executive Assistants on this platform. Here are a few questions I have: 1) Is it possible to become an Executive Assistant starting out as an Administrative Assistant, or is it recommended that I work my way up to
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  2. In my experience, I have personally handled calendars but have also used Scheduling Assistant Apps such as TimeTrade, ScheduleOnce, Calendy and Acuity...to name a few. Of course, depending on the executives' need determines the route best taken. Below are my findings after conducting research. COMPARISONS: TimeTrade vs. ScheduleOnce vs. Calendly | https://www.trustradius.com/compare-products/timetrade-vs-scheduleonce-vs-calendly TimeTrade vs. Doodle vs. BookingBug | https://www.trustradius.com/compare-products/timetrade-vs-doodle-vs-bookingbug TimeTrade vs. Acuity S
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  3. Understanding your executive(s) and knowing their likes and dislikes will help administrative professionals begin the process for managing their day-to-day many activities, manage the calendar, etc. Rule of thumb: Do not allow the calendar to manage your executive...you and/or your executive manage the calendar.
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  4. Ben and Jerry; Batman and Robin; Bill Gates and Paul Allen; Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid; Barack and Michelle; LaVerne and Shirley; Prince William and Kate Middleton…all successful partnerships. The bottom line: in the best partnerships, both people are better together. There are 10 common characteristics of strong partnerships. How does your relationship with your boss measure up? Read the article: https://www.asaporg.com/creating-a-next-level-partnership-with-your-manager.
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