Elizabeth Mercer: Remote Work & Physical Products
February 6, 2019 | Podcast
Elizabeth and her husband spent about three years on the road, building a software company as they traveled. They’ve now moved to Austin, Texas, to give the company a U.S. headquarters, and Elizabeth has also started a new business selling ergonomic furniture. In this episode, we talk about hiring remote workers and tips for finding remote work, how a business that sells physical products can be location independent, the benefits and challenges of settling down, and lots more.
In this episode
- Location independence with a business that sells physical products
- Tips for hiring remote workers
- What it takes to be a good remote worker and tips on getting remote jobs
- Why Elizabeth and her husband settled down in Austin, Texas
- The benefits and challenges of setting up a base in your home country
- And so much more
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