We share important tips on self marketing your career focusing on what's in it for the employer. Will Phillips, AARP Twin Cities State Director talks about the national and local prescription drug legislative initiatives. Kitty Harris, Center Coordinator for the Cora McCorvey Health and Wellness Center talks about the upcoming Metro Area on Aging seminar. West Metro Hypnosis brings tells us about our two most valuable tools. The Rev. James Stacey, Senior Minister of Unity South Twin Cities, concludes a lesson on the Unity Classics.
Discerning career opportunities is part of the discussion with Joe McKenzie and Freddie Bell this week on New Beginnings. We also take a look at your taxes and stocks; plus we share tips for healthy living. Kitty Harris, Center Coordinator of The Cora McCorvey Health and Wellness Center highlights the upcoming community blood drive. West Metro Hypnosis talks about the value is showing up and Unity South Twin Cities reviews Unity Classics.
Ripple Connects Founder Joe McKenzie and Freddie Bell discuss the reality of a new job search being a series of wins and losses. They also examine steps for embracing the small wins and learning how to fail better. Freddie Bell also examines specific strategies to assist in retirement as well as The Five Things you should know this week. West Metro Hypnosis, AARP and Unity South Twin Cities and share contributions this week.
Ripple Connects founder, Joe McKenzie and Freddie Bell discuss a strategy for when your transferable skills and experience are being overlooked in the interviewing process. We also look at your retirement and health, plus we connect with West Metro Hypnosis, AARP Minnesota, and Unity South Twin Cities.
Ripple Connects' Joe McKenzie and I reveal how to develop your ask for finding your next career. New Beginnings also talks about your internal physical health. West Metro Hypnosis invites you to Love yourself on this valentine's Day weekend. Freddie shares five things you need to know concerning annuities. Plus we share contributions from AARP Twin cities, MPHA, and Unity South Twin Cities.
Co-Host Joe McKenzie and Freddie Bell talk about focusing on what's in your control with regard to a career search. In our health segment, Freddie talks about portable health monitors and the value of 10,000 steps. MPHA tells about a special presentation at the Heritage Park YMCA. We also have contributions from Unity South Twin Cities and West Metro Hypnosis.
What are the qualities of a good mentor? We answer that question with co host Joe McKenzie of New Beginnings. West Metro Hypnosis uses an analogy of an untrained puppy to make a point and Host Freddie Bell shares information on alcohol and weight loss; getting enough sleep and Dementia. Kitty Harris also stops by to share information about MPHA. All this and more on New Beginnings.
Freddie Bell and Joe McKenzie discuss the benefits of having mentors in our professional lives as well the positive impact mentors bring to today’s workplace. We also talk about health, finance and spiritual health on New Beginnings.
This weekend in New Beginnings we share some ideas on how to build out a diverse and meaningful network. Joe McKenzie of Ripple connects leads the discussion. We also hear from AARP Twin Cities on the Medicare Donut Hole. Freddie Bell shares information on health as well as the implications of the Social Security Tax Burden. West Metro Hypnosis and Unity South Twin Cities also make contributions.
Joe McKenzie and I discuss steps for adopting a job contender mindset to improve the likelihood of landing the ideal job. We also hear from AARP Twins Cites, MPHA and Unity South Twin Cities.