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.
Capturing those stories from loved ones before you lose them
You definitely want to take the time to capture the stories of loved ones because they can share with you a wealth of powerful insight and information. Also, so many of these great stories are never committed to paper.
Trust but Verify
How many of us have found ourselves relying on the words of people but not verifying what they are saying? In this micro cast, I talk about the importance of verifying information you rely upon so you don't put yourself in a bad position.
Surviving an Interview: Easy but NOT so Easy
Have you ever wondered what the interviewer is reading in that booklet they have? Have you ever walked out of an interview thinking you did bad? Tune in as I talk about the EASY and NOT so EASY parts of interviewing.
Delta Airlines & $200; Advising your elders; Jim Crow legacy
In this edition of “IN THE KNOW with Tony Reeves”, I address the following segments:
1) Reeves Point of View - Delta Airlines charging their #unvaccinated #covid19 #employees $200
2) Easy but NOT So EASY - Providing Advice to your Elders
NOT so EASY PART
3) Reeves Reflection - Remembering the legacy of Jim Crow
Reeves Point of View: 5 things to consider after acceptance to law school
Get accepted to law school is awesome but what do you do after you have been accepted? Here are 5 things to consider after you have been accepted to law school.
Reeves Point of View: Extending your brand globally
In the world we live, we often forget that with Social media and the internet, anything you promote online locally can be viewed globally. As such, you may be surprised by the number of people who would want to take advantage of your skills.