How to Become a Successful, Professional Cuddler

Scott oversees our Operations, Marketing, and Training teams and makes sure our recruiting partners have the tools and support they need to find success for our valued clients. I have been working remotely for almost a year as social media manager for Goodwin Recruiting, and I quickly realized it can be quite an adjustment from working in an office. Some of the ways I have successfully transitioned from an office environment to working from home include having a dedicated workspace, setting a daily routine, and planning out my workdays. We also discuss the many benefits of remote work from the perspectives of freelancers, entrepreneurs, and employers; for a remote business, there is less room to leave things to chance when it comes to scalability. She discusses the strategies leaders can use to make a remote business scalable.

She shares excellent strategies for managing clients’ expectations and communicating with them so business owners can have a more centered way of living. She also discusses how entrepreneurs can maintain optimum health and her process of figuring this out with her clients on a client-by-client basis. Work-life balance seems to be something that eludes those of us who work from home, taking a toll on our health and life generally. How do we find a balance while still providing excellent service to our clients? Today, Susanne Grant, an award-winning work-life balance expert, and two-times best-selling author, joins us on the show to guide us on how to do just that.


She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Bowling Green State University, majoring in Hospitality Management and minoring in Entrepreneurship. Here at Goodwin Recruiting, she has built extensive experience in sales, client relations, and marketing – supporting our team across the nation and working to build brand awareness through SEO, videos, blogs, and more. Emerine Kelsey joined Goodwin Recruiting in the fall of 2020 after successfully navigating recruitment in the Events Management industry. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management and has translated that knowledge into making the ideal match between candidate and client by focusing on the human element of recruiting.

Meanwhile, managers are faced with the challenge of leading and motivating teams remotely while maintaining the same level of collaboration and quality of work as before. Everyone who works remotely has to figure out when to work, where to work, and how to create boundaries between work and personal life. And let’s not forget about office equipment, career development, training opportunities, and building relationships with colleagues remotely. Working remotely can lead to loneliness and isolation, but staying connected while working from home helps keep these feelings at bay.

Maintain Regular Hours…Most of the Time

Raj, a tech career strategist who has been in the tech space for over 16 years, joins us today with loaded and practical answers. He also shares how we can ditch the myth of having long to-do lists and burdensome goals as recipes for internal success. He talks about how we are better off making a permanent change to our subconscious to fuel inspired actions that help us use minimal efforts for maximum effect. In this episode, Tolu shares five of his top tools that anyone can use to improve their writing. The tools reviewed include the Hemingway app, Microsoft editor, Writer, Pro Writer Aid, Grammarly, and other honorable mentions such as Writesonic. He analyses each resource by weighing the costs and the pros and cons of each.

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