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My pet peeve is what I commonly see these days: TYPOS. I've noticed no less than four typos in just the first few pages of the books preview. Part of being a great assistant is making sure mistakes like that are almost non-existent, so how does a published book, by a "professional" assistant contain so many typos?
I'm sure she has the business savvy, but carelessness is this arena does not a good assistant make. In my 25 years' experience, it is quite a turn-off for any executive I've ever assisted to have so many errors. As an assitant, you are counted on to make everything right and make the executive look good....
While this is likely a publisher problem, I would have insisted on reviewing the final product before it went to print. Given the field she is representing, it's a poor reflection of the expertise this book purports to represent.