As assistants, we spend the majority of our time taking care of others.
If we don't spend time taking care of ourselves, we won't last long.
These challenges will stretch you, encourage you, and help you become a confident, game-changing, Leader Assistant.
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Hello! I'm Jeremy Burrows.
I'm a longtime Executive Assistant and #1 Amazon bestselling author, and my passion is to help executives and assistants lead well and resist burnout. You can get to know me more at my website goburrows.com.
The first several years of my career as an Executive Assistant, I did NOT seek out training, connect with other assistants, or lead myself.
The result? I burned out.
So for the past few years, I've done the opposite.
I've focused on taking care of myself as much as I take care of my executive.
I've read books and sought out training to help me become a better leader.
I've connected with other assistants and learned a ton about how to lead out in my role as an assistant.
Throughout this process, I found there are countless resources and tools for executives to get the training they need. But for assistants? Not so much.