How Freelancing May Be a Cure for Snoring

By Ofer Prossner, VP Operations, IOD
My wife and I recently celebrated four years of marriage (seven years of being together.) I can honestly say that those seven years have been the best of my life. There were ups and downs, certainly; we sometimes fight as any couple does. That said, we are still very much in love and we both enjoy spending time with the other.
But there has been one issue that has literally kept my wife awake at nights; one I am to blame for: I snore. I am quite the snorer, apparently. I can’t hear my own snoring, but there was one time I woke up from what sounded like an explosion outside and asked my wife if she heard the explosion sound, too. Her response came with a sigh, “No, that was you snoring.”

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How to Stay Human (While You Freelance)

It’s almost a year since I told Ofir Nachmani, CEO of IOD (and my boss), that I would be moving from Israel to the U.S. the following month. At that point, I had been working full-time for the company only for a short time.

To request from Ofir what I did — “Can I take this job to the U.S.?” — would likely be considered brazen and absurd at most other companies after half a year of employment, even in this digital age of remote work. But Ofir hardly missed a beat when he replied, “We’re a company of freelancers, how could I say, ‘no?’”

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