Thoughts & Reading for the Day

If a manager is so busy that they don’t have time to prioritize and delegate, then the support staff for that manager cannot be held responsible when things go off the rails.

When you need help, ask for it, and be specific about the task you need done. Help isn’t helping if you just stand around waiting for instructions.

An assistant isn’t someone who just watches you work.

To Read:

Stress at the Office

The best fake twitter account ever

Life Meets Art, Jersey Shore Edition

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