Find yourself writing the same words when taking minutes?

Download the 100 words to help with minute-taking cheat sheet, giving minute-takers descriptive words to incorporate into their writing.

Cover letter template for Assistants

Are you tired of using the same old phrases in your meeting minutes? We’ve got you covered!

Our Practically Perfect PA cheat sheet includes 100 descriptive words to add creativity and engagement to your minutes. Say goodbye to boring ‘he said, she said’ descriptions and hello to more efficient and interesting minute-taking with our

This simple template will save you time and energy, allowing you to focus on other exciting tasks and projects. So, what are you waiting for? Download our cheat sheet today and take your minute-taking skills to the next level!

Use this template to make minute-taking a breeze

Assistants who download the ‘100 words to help with minute-taking’ will complete minutes quickly and effectively. They will have a useful document that can be used at every meeting so that Assistants do not have to think about which words to use throughout the noting taking process.

Using the template will make the whole process quicker, easier to manage, and free time for Assistants to complete more rewarding and challenging work.

100 words to help with minute-taking

No more paragraphs full of ‘he said, she said’

Ensure your minutes are actually read

Take to each meeting for quick reference

Don’t miss any key points in committee meetings

Time-saving download for Assistants and minute-takers

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