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Hey, I'm Irma. I've helped a number of founders, employees, freelancers, and makers start their remote work journeys.
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Figure out if remote work is right for you
Ways to experiment with working from home
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Breakdown of the best remote job boards
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My suggested steps on making that switch to remote work.
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I'm Irma Mesa. I'm a native Floridian, turned Indiana resident! Weird, right? Moving to Indiana provided me with exposure to remote work.
I was the first in-office employee at one of my previous jobs to leave and go "work remote". That meant I not only had to pitch my bosses to allow me to work remote but I had to first understand if working remote or working from home was right for me and my personality.
Through tons of growing pains and learnings I've come out on the other side equipped and ready to support individuals and teams looking to understand the intricacies of remote work and improve their productivity, communication, work ethic, and culture.
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From here on out you'll be receiving new blogs, resources, how-to's, jobs, and community updates to help you make the most of remote work. You don't have to figure this all out by yourself. Whether you're transitioning to remote work, a founder, HR manager, freelancer - these are just a few - we're here to help.
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