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The Birth of RemotePRJobs

Years ago, I left the PR agency world to start consulting. I was so excited. I had freedom. I could work from anywhere in the world (and I did – Bali, Morocco, Greece). I could pick and choose my own clients and assignments, determine how much to charge, and even how much I wanted to work. All remotely and from the location of my choice. It started off great. Almost immediately, the majority of work came through my personal network. Sometimes it was SO abundant, I would share overflow opportunities with PR colleagues. And sometimes, it wasn’t abundant – and they shared their overflow with me.

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