Working remotely is a big part of the freelancing dream for many of us, working from your home office, and having the ability to travel anywhere even with very short notice. The bottom line is that there are some freedoms that come from not having your geography dictate who you can work with or how you work with them. For instance, when you work remotely, you don't end up losing a half day of work every time you have to drive somewhere to meet a client and then realize that the client didn't have all the much to say.
Laura Elizabeth has figured out the formula for working remotely with clients around the world while sitting in her home office in a fairly small town in the UK. Laura has built structures and processes that let her work effectively and efficiently with her clients, independent of geography, while also building amazing client relationships. In this episode, Laura explains why clients hire her instead of someone local, how to deliver on great work, and how to being remote has become an advantage rather than something that gets in her way.