Natasha Huynh (pronounced “win”) is a bi-lingual executive assistant with 8+ years of international business experience in the machine tool industry supporting C-Suite Executives.
In this episode, Natasha talks about the challenges of working in a cross-cultural environment, across global time zones (check out worldtimebuddy.com fyi), and how she learned to not take things personally.
She also shares a bit about her experience attending the all-day, online Leader Assistant Workshop. Speaking of, if you’re interested in joining us next time, visit leaderassistantlive.com/workshop.
When you become the image of your own imagination, it’s the most powerful thing you could ever do.
– Ru Paul
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Natasha Huynh is a Bi-lingual Executive Assistant with 8+ years of international business experience in the Machine Tool industry supporting C-Suite Executives, and 2 years living and working overseas in Japan.
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