Yes, I work remotely for you, but I’m a real person too.

As a remote working freelancer I want Mr or Mrs Client to know that I’m a real person too. Can’t we scrap the corporate courtesies and try being ourselves instead? What’s the worst that can happen?

Emily Elwes
Jul 26, 2016 · 4 min read
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Jeran being a real person at a Flylancer Meetup in Barcelona.
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3 Dimensional Flylancer Jeran Richardson in his home office waiting for a skype call. “What’s not to like?”
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Flylancer

The world’s first borderless community for…

Emily Elwes

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Perpetual nomad and habitual networker. Founding member of Flylancer. Various authors from the community publishing on this channel. @flylancing @emilyelwes

Flylancer

Flylancer

The world’s first borderless community for location-independent professionals & digital nomads.

Emily Elwes

Written by

Perpetual nomad and habitual networker. Founding member of Flylancer. Various authors from the community publishing on this channel. @flylancing @emilyelwes

Flylancer

Flylancer

The world’s first borderless community for location-independent professionals & digital nomads.

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