Marc Andre JEAN

Our guest is Dean Niewolny, the CEO of The Halftime Institute who will tell his personal story of leaving a marketplace career in order to help other people like himself who are re-assessing their goals in life in light of what God might be calling them to do.


spent twenty-three years in executive roles with three of Wall Street’s largest financial firms, finally as market manager for Wells Fargo Advisors in Chicago, where he oversaw a $100 million market.  Joining Halftime as managing director, in 2011 he became chief executive officer. These days Dean speaks worldwide, en

couraging business leaders to channel first-half achievement into a second half joy, impact, and balance.

Click here for more about Dean’s book:   TRADE UP, How to Move from

Just Making Money to Making a Difference.

NEXT WEEK:  Valerie Bell, CEO of Awana Clubs, International

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