Personal Assistants in companies are becoming as rare as hen’s teeth and even significant other partners simply don’t have the time to organise your holidays or remind you of birthdays, let alone make your dental or car service appointments.
Hotel Concierges are available to do absolutely everything for you – similar to a Personal Assistant, but once you check-out that source of knowledge and additional time has gone too.
So what’s another option? Hiring your own Personal Concierge.
Those that have one, will often say “time is worth so much more than money” even if they are paying themselves. Its money well spent on giving hours and even days back to your life.
Personal Concierge’s are truly unique, not only do they have a ‘can-do and will-do” attitude, but their main purpose in life is to give you the permission to let go of the little things (and the big things).
As a Personal Concierge my main purpose in life is to hear that sigh and see the smile of sheer relief on my client’s face, when they know I am there for them – no matter what, when or how the ‘hell’ I did it! I (or ne: of my team) will take care of everything in your life and handle it – apart from what you are good at.
A Personal Concierge can be all things – from managing your iTunes database; buying and wrapping your extensive family’s Christmas presents; reminding you that they have organised a professional babysitter and the restaurant booking for your anniversary; buying your clothes; sorting your office; phoning Telstra support; driving important documents over; and the really good ones (like ne:) go above and beyond.
You may be exceptional at managing your iTunes database, but having someone else take care of all the birthdays/anniversaries, wardrobe requirements and other random tasks that distract or are time-consuming and get in the way of your life goals and successes.
Written by Jay Shaw