What does it mean to be "wealthy" in America? How do we define it? What levels of income and net worth are considered middle class versus wealthy? We hear terms like top 10% or top 1%. What does that look like? And how do we in America compare to the rest of the world? Monday on Mornings with Eric, we’ll talk with Christian Financial Planner Glenn Zimmerman about how all we have is really God's. And Jesus' reminder that the first shall be last and the last shall be first.
There are four zones you can find yourself at any point of your career. There are the zones of Reinvention, Revectoring, Repurposing, or Renewal. Monday on Mornings with Eric, we’ll speak with Robert Dickie III, career consultant and author of, Love Your Work and find out which zone you are in, and how we can move into the zone of Renewal.
Glenn Zimmerman has been with Kenneth Frenke & Co. since 1996. Glenn is Vice-president of Kenneth Frenke & Co., manages the Atlanta office and regularly travels to South Florida to meet with clients. He lives in Atlanta with his wife Emily and their two terriers, Jackson and MacKenzie.
Robert Dickie III has served as a decorated Air Force Officer, the CEO of an international company, and as the leader of several non-profits. In July 2011 he became the President of Crown. This unique and bold career path has given Bob a first-hand look at the changing economy/job market we now find ourselves in. Bob and his wife Brandi reside in Knoxville, TN with their six children and two dogs. They are both graduates of the University of Tennessee. Bob earned his Master's Degree from the University of Arkansas in Industrial Engineering and is currently in the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program.
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