After reading this book, you'll:
1) How many pages is this ebook?
Getting Started with Remote Work is 50 pages jam-packed with useful statistics, links to the best digital nomad jobs pages, tips on gaining experience for your resume, and interviews with people who work remotely from vans, sailboats and RVs.
2) Do you offer a refund if I don't like the book?
Yes! If the book didn't teach you anything, or you just didn't like it, I'm happy to offer you a full money-back guarantee. But think about this: If the book leads you to just one gig or one job, you've made your $10 bak already! :)
3) Is this a course that will teach me how to land a full-time remote job?
This is not a course. This book is meant as an intro to remote work at an affordable price, because I know many don't have the money initially to invest in a more expensive course. If you do want to take a course, the ebook highlights two very good courses for freelancers, both Remote Work 101 (taught by an RVer), and Work-at-Home-School (taught by a work-at-home expert)
4) What will I learn in this book?
You'll get an idea of ways to start working remotely right now, from starting out with gigs to get experience for your resume, to an entire list of the best digital nomad jobs websites. Plus, there's a healthy dose of inspiration from other full-time travelers who are making it work. There is no one-size-fits all remote work job. There are so many ways to work remotely!
5) Is it really possible to work remotely?
Yes! In fact, in a recent study done in partnership with The Freelancer’s Union, Upwork estimates that 56.7 million Americans now freelance, and increase of 3.7 million in the past five years. That number is expected to explode, with almost half of the U.S. workforce working remotely within the next decade. There are tons of opportunities out there.