7 Lessons I Learned From Hiring My 1st Assistant in a Foreign Country

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Here are seven lessons I learned from hiring my first personal assistant abroad:

1. Find a student to work part-time as your assistant.

2. Hire two in the beginning. Give them a thirty to a sixty-day trial period. Keep one and fire the other. It’s not personal, it’s business.

3. Clarify and outline the duties of what your assistant will be doing.

4. They do not need to be knowledgeable or interested in the same field as you.

5. Do not hire anyone who is a victim or plays a victim of black magic spells and witchcraft.

6. Listen to your intuition.

7. Hire someone with humility.

Each experience is a learning lesson as long as we are open and willing to learn from them.

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