Going global doesn’t mean…

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… that you have to sacrifice your family or make your life a logistical nightmare.

A lot of people work globally from their regular office. Having international clients certainly doesn’t require you to travel every week.

What access to multilingual clients gives you is more diverse experience and hence leverage.

Are you sure that you have the language competence and confidence to go global?

If not, find out more about the byte sized club. If technically you’re FIT but linguistically you’re not, clients won’t feel secure and unfortunately – bitch that it is, that WILL effect their confidence in you.

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