SPEND MORE TIME WITH YOUR FAMILY
WORK FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME
TRAVEL ABROAD WITHOUT HAVING TO TAKE OFF WORK
BEING ABLE TO MOVE ABROAD
WADE THROUGH THE BS AND FIND VIABLE REMOTE JOBS THAT AREN’T SCAMS
CRACK THE CODE ON HOW TO APPLY FOR THOSE JOBS AND ACTUALLY GET SEEN BY RECRUITERS
ROLL UP INTO THAT ZOOM INTERVIEW LIKE A BAWSE
NEGOTIATE THE JOB OFFER ON YOUR TERMS
LAND A REMOTE JOB SO YOU CAN DO GREAT WORK FROM ANYWHERE
With 17 videos, 4 guides, 2 tools, and 5 bonus resources, The Remote Ready Bundle is easily worth $499, but I’m offering it for only $47
You can even purchase in 2 installments 😉
I fell victim to this assumption myself. I was working for a “cubicle company” and had finally hit six figures as a Manager of other Project Managers. A friend offered to refer me to his company b/c they work remotely. I thought there’s no way they’d pay me what I was making to do this work from my house and I ignored his offer for three months. I finally decided to stop assuming and just ask what the pay range was. Turns out, it was higher than what I was making!
I’ve been working remotely for 13 years and I’ve never been a developer! I do work in technology but I am not a techie. So many companies across industries hire remote employees and even tech companies hire non-tech people to work remotely. They hire finance people, recruiters, HR, accountants, marketing and design folks. They need your skills, whether you’re a developer or not!
I’ve been working remotely since 2008, well before this “future of work” thing became popular. I’ve worked remotely in every way possible – as an employee, as a freelancer, as an entrepreneur, and by convincing my job to let me go remote.
Working remote has allowed me to spend more time with my daughter, to travel to my home town to take care of my parents when they needed me, it’s allowed me the extra time to invest myself and start businesses and it’s allowed me the flexibility to travel the world.