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Interview With Amy Henry of The Apprentice



by Carrie

Amy Henry has been busy since her time on The Apprentice. She has a book out called What It Takes: Speak Up, Step Up, Move Up : A Modern Woman’s Guide to Success in Business, she’s providing commentary on season two at NBC.com, and she’s appearing on television giving her thoughts on this season as well. Keep reading to find out more!

Hi Amy! Thanks for taking the time to speak with us today.

What is Donald Trump really like?

Smart, charming, funny, a joy to work with.

What was your favourite experience on The Apprentice?

Being surprised by my sister on a trip to Mar A Lago.

If you could come up with a task for the show, what would it be, and how would you evaluate the teams?

Maybe have them create and market a new game at a fair. I evaluate people based on a) solid team work skills, b) creativity and c) performance under pressure.

Can you tell us a bit about your book, “What it Takes”? What can readers expect to learn from it?

It gives readers words of advice on employing more aggressive strategies to move up in the workplace by understanding that competency is not enough.

I noticed on your website that you’re going to be writing another book. Can you tell us a bit about that?

Not yet…still in progress.

What other plans do you have for the future, career-wise?

I am traveling full time as a professional speaker sharing my stories with business men and business women around the country.

What do you think of the second Apprentice season? Have Trump’s dismissals been fair, and are there any contestants who you think will make if to the end?

I’ve only agreed with one of Trump’s dismissals so far. Catch me weekly at 10:50 EST on Thurs and Friday and again on Keith Oberman on Friday evenings with Nick Warnock to see our appraisal on who should be the next apprentice.

Thanks again Amy!

You can keep up with Amy Henry by visiting her website at www.ameliahenry.com.

Comments are welcome! Contact me at carrie@realityshack.com.


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