Dayne Shuda has worked with executive assistants for about 7-8 years and has had a full-time remote assistant since 2015. His assistant happens to be in Australia, but he’s in Wisconsin. Over the years, he’s learned a few things about organization, burnout, and working with a remote team.
In this episode, Dayne shares tips on written communication, working with a remote assistant on the other side of the world, and how assistants can anticipate the needs of their executive.
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ABOUT DAYNE SHUDA
Dayne is the owner of Ghost Blog Writers, a blog writing services provider for companies and agencies. He’s been doing this full-time since 2012. Prior, Dayne worked for a footwear catalog company learning about the direct mail industry and also the footwear industry. While there, Dayne began learning about online marketing and specifically content marketing and blogging. He started blogging out of curiosity on the side. Then Dayne started freelance blogging and turned it into a small agency.
Dayne was born and raised in Central Wisconsin. Today, he lives in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, with his wife and daughter.
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