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The Honorable Anthony Reeves

In The Know with Tony Reeves

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IN THE KNOW with Tony Reeves tackles real world topics, current events, and historical experiences through conversations and interviews. Building upon his experience in the military and Florida government as well as his experience as a lawyer, professor, and business owner, Reeves talks about all topics including his popular Reeves Reflections, Reeves Point of View, and Easy but NOT so Easy Segments.

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No one likes to be involved in office politics and the experience of having a bad situation occur because of the culture of the office can leave a lasting impact.

When i graduated college in 1991, I literally had NO clue what I wanted to do next. What I realized was that I was not alone in that feeling. Graduating is a huge accomplishment. But the day after can be a terrifying reality.

When you feel that you are not progressing professionally, you are often driven to feel that you are not destined to achieve your goals. However, it's mportant to recognize that we all have our own clock and timeline.

At our basic level, we all want to be comfortable. However, what happens when we feel the comfort keeps us from achieving our goals.

During my professional life, I have changed careers about 4 or 5 times. After awhile, it is easy to think that you are not a success because you keep changing careers. Never feel like changing careers is a bad thing.

It's important to have people in your life who will remind you that you are 'full of crap'. Now, I'm not saying this from an insulting standpoint. I am saying that some times, we tend to be our own worst enemy and that we hold ourselves back... more

Part of the difficult path of my journey is this desire to wait for someone to tell me that I am brilliant. It's tough because when I was school, as we headed in Jr. High School and High School, we were separated into different academic categories... more

I can tell you that even with all of my educational or professional accomplishments, I still have periods of time where I question the value of my voice. I know that's insane but unfortunately, it is true. And sometimes, you have... more

The first time I was asked to do something I didn't realize I could do was during my senior year in College. I was tasked with the responsibility of creating a Martin Luther King, Jr. Ball at my alma mater. When I tell you I had NO idea how to do... more

Most people don't truly know what a mentor looks like. We often use the word loosely to describe anyone who gives us information or insight. However, it's important to have someone who can serve as a life coach and point you in the... more
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