Joe McKenzie and I continue part two of a discussion on Small Wins in your career development. Freddie Bell presents an essay on retirement planning and a few thoughts on savings money. As a special feature , Freddie interviews Lamont Dozier of the famous songwriting team of Holland Dozier Holland. We also hear from Unity South Twin Cities and West Metro Hypnosis.
Taking a series of small steps if a sure way to career success. Joe McKenzie and I explore this topic. Also we look at the pros and cons of retiring at the same time as your spouse. Please we hear from our partners including MPHA, AARP, West Metro Hypnosis and Unity South Twin Cities on this issue of New Beginnings.
On New Beginnings program co-host Joe McKenzie and I discuss how millennials to baby boomers can supercharge their careers by becoming leaders in their community. We also hear from West Metro Hypnosis and Unity South Twin Cities.
We share actionable steps to help you successfully start a new career on New Beginnings today. Freddie Bell looks at your finances, plus we hear from West Metro Hypnosis and Unity South Twin Cities.
We talk about Minnesota's building trades apprenticeships and future careers in the renewable energy sector. Join Freddie Bell and co-host Joe McKenzie for this conversation. Freddie also interviews America’s first African-American Governor, Doug Wilder. We also hear from AARP Twin Cities, West Metro Hypnosis and Unity South Twin Cities.
What's your job search strategy? Freddie Bell and Joe McKenzie explore some ideas. New Beginnings also presents an expanded health segment this week. We look at pancreatic and prostate cancer; the efficacy of a regular aspirin and fish oil regimen; and what to expect when visiting the eye doctor. We also have contributions from Unity South Church and West Metro Hypnosis.
We begin a two part series discussing steps to begin anticipating your future job search. We also continue a lesson from Rev. James Stacey of Unity South Twin Cities, this weekend on New Beginnings.
Co-host Joe McKenzie of Ripple Connects and Freddie Bell discuss how an individual’s successful traits, motivation, and diversity of skills is often the missing piece of an organizations success. We also replay an interview with Aretha Franklin from 2014, days before she was to appear at the Minnesota State Fair. We also listen to West Metro Hypnosis This weekend on New Beginnings.
Joe McKenzie and Freddie Bell discuss a job search approach that allows for periods of creative downtime and bursts of job search activity to help you maintain optimum performance. We also have contributions from MPHA, AARP Twin Cities, West Metro Hypnosis and Unity South Twin Cities this week on New Beginnings.
In addition to a report from AARP Twin Cities, Unity South Church Ana MPHA, co host Joe McKenzie provides ideas of getting out of your career-search comfort zone. West Metro Hypnosis reminds us there’s also “time enough,” and Freddie gives you tips on selecting a financial planner. All of this and more on New Beginnings.