Aimee Browne is an EA with over 15 years of experience, and is passionate about helping others succeed in business and life.
Aimee shares openly about her struggle with burnout, depression and anxiety, and how difficult it was to ask for help and work toward recovery. She then shares some self-care tips that have helped her since her burnout. I really appreciate Aimee’s honesty and vulnerability in this episode, and I hope she inspires you to “put yourself first” and spend more time on self-care before you burnout.
NOTE: I recorded this episode about a year ago, and Aimee has since shifted her focus a bit, but she still has the same passion and energy, so reach out to her via the links below to say hi and learn more about how she can help!
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Aimee Browne is an Executive Assistant with over 15 years experience, predominantly in the UK retail sector. She’s also founder of The Mindful Assistant Academy, and a Time Strategist & Business Mentor, helping online service based business owners reclaim their time and regain control in their business.
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