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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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We all have milestones. We all have people in our lives that want the best for it. However, it is really important that you have people who are ready to push you to the next level.

Several decades ago, while in college, I had an interview for the position as Resident Assistant. When I tell you that I thought I had ZERO chance of being selected. As such, I had NO stress when I went into the interview. What... more

This week, I will be focusing on the experiences related to your home. T

As a freshmen in college, I went through a dark period where I was 900 miles away from home, had a miserable roommate situation, and was finding it difficult to adjust to a new environment. However, things turned around in a very... more

My karate teacher, Master Anne Radke, taught me a valuable lesson about time management. You don't realize how much time you waste dwelling on something you can't change until someone forces you to stop doing it.

Sometimes, when you try something new, it is easy to bring the old habits from your prior experiences. However, there is something powerful about mentally purging your old habits and allowing yourself to grow again.

Being raised by a single mother, I had people who would routinely offer feedback to my mother about how to raise me. However, when there were crucial decision making moments, she was very aggressive about not letting anyone stand in... more

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.
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