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People Over Profits

Back in 2014, I was ready for a change of pace.

Like many freelancers, I had been working from home and in the beginning, my home office was the ultimate lifesaver.¹After all, I didn’t have to pay rent for a separate office, waste time on a morning commute, and I could even write-off part of my lease as a tax-deductible expense.

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Billy Frazier is a writer and consultant who helps creatives and non-coders answer the question, “How the heck do you get into tech?” www.billyfrazier.is

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Billy Frazier is a writer and consultant who helps creatives and non-coders answer the question, “How the heck do you get into tech?” www.billyfrazier.is

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