54 episodes

Welcome to Remote Work Radio, where we chronicle the stories of people who live where they want and make their living by working remotely as employees, freelancers, and entrepreneurs. This podcast aims to empower you to make your work situation remote-friendly so you can improve your quality of life. Remote Work Radio is an original production of Utah State University Extension's Remote Online Initiative. For more information, visit remoteworkcertificate.com

Remote Work Radio Dr. Paul Hill

    • Business
    • 4.8 • 6 Ratings

Welcome to Remote Work Radio, where we chronicle the stories of people who live where they want and make their living by working remotely as employees, freelancers, and entrepreneurs. This podcast aims to empower you to make your work situation remote-friendly so you can improve your quality of life. Remote Work Radio is an original production of Utah State University Extension's Remote Online Initiative. For more information, visit remoteworkcertificate.com

    s4e10_What does it take to become a (remote) virtual assistant?

    s4e10_What does it take to become a (remote) virtual assistant?

    In this episode of Remote Work Radio, our host Marta Nielsen interviews Molly Rose Speed, an entreprenuer and military spouse who founded The Virtual Assistant Academy which trains and places virtual assistants nationally. Today she is a speaker, educator and owner of Virtual Assistant Management which provides trusted VA solutions for busy entrepreneurs.
    After years as a corporate accountant cubicle dweller, Molly Rose decided to live out her mission to live a life owning her time and her unique service to the world. By helping passionate, mission driven entrepreneurs implement their ideas online through flawless tech execution, she has not only freed herself, but the hundreds of the entrepreneurs she has automated and streamlined.
     
     

    • 33 min
    s4e9_What you can expect from taking USU Extension's remote work professional course: An interview with Regional Program Coordinator Mike Sarles (Part III)

    s4e9_What you can expect from taking USU Extension's remote work professional course: An interview with Regional Program Coordinator Mike Sarles (Part III)

    In this episode of Remote Work Radio, our host Marta Nielsen interviews Mikes Sarles, a Statewide Program Coordinator for USU Extension's Rural Online Initiative program. Mike is a founding team member of the program and helped get the  Master Remote Work Professional (MRWP) course off the ground in 2018. Today, he plays a critical role teaching and coaching Utah business leaders through the Master Remote Work Leader (MRWL) course as they adopt remote work operations in their organizations. He explains the structure of the course, what leaders can expect after enrolling, and provides additional insights into what it takes to be successful in developing remote work plans, policies, and positions.

    • 34 min
    s4e8_What you can expect from taking USU Extension's remote work professional course: An interview with Regional Program Coordinator Jordan Leonard (Part II)

    s4e8_What you can expect from taking USU Extension's remote work professional course: An interview with Regional Program Coordinator Jordan Leonard (Part II)

    In this episode of Remote Work Radio, our host Marta Nielsen interviews Jordan Leonard, the Regional Program Coordinator in Eastern Utah for USU Extension's Rural Online Initiative program. Jordan is a founding team member of the program and helped get the  Master Remote Work Professional (MRWP) course off the ground in 2018. Today, he plays a critical role teaching and coaching rural residents of Utah as they learn remote work skills and find their first remote job. He explains the structure of the course, what you can expect after enrolling, and provides insights into what it takes to be succesful in the course and in your remote job search.

    • 34 min
    s4e7_What you can expect from taking USU Extension's remote work professional course: An interview with Regional Program Coordinator Trenton Willson

    s4e7_What you can expect from taking USU Extension's remote work professional course: An interview with Regional Program Coordinator Trenton Willson

    In this episode of Remote Work Radio, our host Marta Nielsen interviews Trenton Willson, the Regional Program Coordinator in Central Utah for USU Extension's Rural Online Initiative program. Trenton is a founding team member of the program and helped get the  Master Remote Work Professional (MRWP) course off the ground in 2018. Today, he plays a critical role teaching and coaching rural residents of Utah as they learn remote work skills and find their first remote job. He explains the structure of the course, what you can expect after enrolling, and provides insights into what it takes to be successful in the course and in your remote job search.

    • 36 min
    s4e6_The relevancy of remote work skills in technical field work: How retired combat veteran Kevin Goodwin of Juab County uses remote work skills as a federal water technician, grad student, and father of 7 kids

    s4e6_The relevancy of remote work skills in technical field work: How retired combat veteran Kevin Goodwin of Juab County uses remote work skills as a federal water technician, grad student, and father of 7 kids

    In this episode of Remote Work Radio, Marta interviews Kevin Goodwin, a water technician for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation living in rural Juab county. Kevin is also a retired combat veteran and father of seven kids with a wide-ranging educational background and many unique skills. As an alum of the the Rural Online Initiative program, Kevin uses the remote work skills he has learned in his current job testing materials and setting up mobile labs in the most remote locations of Utah.

    • 36 min
    s4e4_Helping Utahns with disabilities find remote work: Jake Marino's experience in the Rural Online Initiative as a participant and coordinator

    s4e4_Helping Utahns with disabilities find remote work: Jake Marino's experience in the Rural Online Initiative as a participant and coordinator

    In this episode of Remote Work Radio, Marta interviews Jake Marino, a former vocational rehabilitation specialist, who recently joined Utah State University Extension as a Regional Program Coordinator for the Rural Online Initiative program. Tune in to learn about Jake's background and his passion for improving the lives of those who are disadvantaged and underserved.  

    • 51 min

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