The first thing you’d have an assistant do…

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Some of you may want to jump in and comment on “the first thing you’d have an assistant do” if you actually had one.

https://startupnation.com/forums/13043/1/1

Some fave’s so far:

  • “make the coffee”
  • “clean the house”
  • “filing, without a doubt”
  • “do tender lovin’ care for clients who need it”

If you’ve had an assistant and no longer do, or if you’ve always wanted one for a specific set of chores, by all means, jump into the discussion!

Again, the link is: https://startupnation.com/forums/13043/1/1

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