Vickie Sokol Evans is a globally recognized digital productivity instructor and comedic speaker who trains the world’s smartest people how to use their technology to get better results in less time.
Vickie has experience as an assistant so she understands our role more than most digital productivity instructors. She’s passionate about helping assistants automate processes and increase efficiency.
In this episode, she shares some great tips for assistants (and their executives), including one tip for Windows users, one for Mac users, and one PowerPoint tip so listen up, take notes, and enjoy!
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It’s what you learn after you know it all that counts.
– John Wooden, former UCLA Basketball Coach
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Vickie Sokol Evans is a globally recognized digital productivity instructor and comedic speaker who trains the world’s smartest people how to use their technology to get better results in less time. Her clients include: Microsoft, The Gates Foundation, Stanford University, The New York Times, PayPal, Starbucks, Amazon, and SAP, and most notably Bill Gates’ team, among many others. A Microsoft Certified Trainer with over 20 certifications and over 20 years’ training experience on PC and Mac platforms, Vickie is founder of The Red Cape Company headquartered in Austin, Texas.
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