The Strategy Rewind podcast delves into the relationship between goals, strategies, beliefs, and objective breakthroughs. In each episode, our host (and founder of Miguel Lebron Coaching LLC), Miguel Lebron, outlines personal ”breakthrough moments” and features insightful conversations with professionals to provide listeners with ideas, skills, and strategies to use. Visit miguellebron.com/podcast for show notes and additional information from each episode.
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Miguel Lebron, es el co-fundador del Ministerio Evangelístico Todavía Queda Poder. Las grabaciones que escucharás son pensamientos y mensajes presentado por Miguel desde la ciudad de Rochester Nueva York y aún otros lugares.
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Alex Wong is a freelance sports and culture writer for the New York Times, GQ, SLAM, Yahoo Sports Canada and other places. This is his podcast. New episodes every Monday to Friday.
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Recap of Day 7 of the NBA Season with Insights and rants about What is happening in the NBA
We can either have a healthy relationship with money or an unhealthy one; it comes down to our strategies. Miguel and financial coach Ivelisse Gonzalez provide strategies required to establish financial freedom. Strategies mentioned in this episode. define financial freedom for yourself focus on self-development make a budget Tools mentioned intuit…
You've often heard Miguel say "surround yourself with people that will nourish your vision" and belonging to a tribe can ensure just that.In this ninth episode of Strategy Rewind, Miguel and all-women life coach, Rachel Khauka provide strategies required to build a tribe. Strategies mentioned in this episode. Define Your Core Values Establish Your …
Insecurities and limiting beliefs hold us back from discovering our voice and finding our personal identity. In this episode, Miguel presents strategies that he's used to finding his personal identity. Also, Alitzel Guerrero provides further strategies and insight on how we can find our personal identity. Strategies mentioned in this episode.- Star…
A unique writing voice is a sign of quality writing, and in this episode, Miguel presents strategies that have helped him find his voice as a writer. Also, the CEO of Trivium Writing, Léandre Larouche, provides further insight into how we can find our voice and share our message. Strategies mentioned in this episode. Get familiar with what others i…
Identifying where you are is essential when establishing a goal because life is full of transitions, and each change requires a level of strategy.Change is inevitable, and in this episode, Miguel presents strategies for dealing with change. Also, Imani Hunter, host of Purposely Transforming, joins the conversation to preset practice steps in having…
Faith observes what has happened to declare what is to come. On that faith, our hope is established. Yet often, we face difficulties that challenge our hope and make us question our faith. In this episode, Miguel presents three things he's done to maintain hope alive, and Dr. Ashley Cross joins the conversation to speak about the science of hope. F…
To walk in your purpose you must first, define your space. To define your space means that you identify what it is that you do like no other. This isn't a matter of comparison, this is a matter of recognition, of self-recognition. Here are three questions Miguel asked himself in order to find his purpose. What am I good at? What problem can I solve…
Mis talentos son para ti, para tu beneficio, y usándolos para tu beneficio, Dios es glorificado y yo soy desarrollado. El crecimiento requiere desarrollo, y el desarrollo ocurre cuando doy a conocer lo que Dios ha puesto en mí. Aunque hay una diferencia entre los dones espirituales y los talentos naturales, ambos son dados por Dios al individuo. En…
We typically feel that significant change necessitates a major overhaul; nevertheless, this is not the case. We can build momentum towards our breakthrough moment by creating a goal and recognizing one element in our routine that isn't helping us, then correcting it. In this episode, Miguel provides the strategies he utilized to make a small change…
Saying goodbye to my mother was one of the most challenging things in my life. I understood she was gone, but my thinking was getting in the way of moving forward after she died since doing so seemed like I was leaving her behind. In this episode, I talk about how I dealt with the grief of my mother's passing. I have also invited grief coach and au…
"Relationships are hard," at least that's what many people say. However, in this episode, Miguel explained, "relationships aren't hard; they simply require intention." Strategies for healthy relationships. Come into new relationships with no expectation. As the relationship matures, define the expectations. Vanessa Santiago from The Voice Of Tamar …
Welcome to episode zero of the Strategy Rewind Podcast!The Strategy Rewind podcast delves into the relationship between goals, strategies, beliefs, and objective breakthroughs. In each episode, our host (and founder of Miguel Lebron Coaching LLC), Miguel Lebron, outlines personal "breakthrough moments" and features insightful conversations with pro…
1 Timoteo 3:6 "no un neófito, no sea que envaneciéndose caiga en la condenación del diablo." Neófito - Persona recién convertida a una religión
Nuestra vida privada debe honrar a Dios. ¿Sera posible que nuestra vida privada traiga vergüenza a la iglesia mientras trabajamos en el liderazgo? Verdaderamente, esto no le da gloria al Señor. La porción Bíblica considerada en esta grabación fue 1 Timoteo 3: 5.
Nuestras acciones deben coincidir con nuestros objetivos. Y si nuestro objetivo es ser un líder en la iglesia, entonces las decisiones que tomemos deben coincidir con esos deseos.
Mientras Pablo le escribe a Timoteo, le brinda 15 características que son necesarias para que una persona que desee una posición de liderazgo posea.
Ser optimista no es lo mismo que tener fe, aunque existen algunas similitudes entre ambos. Hebreos 11:1 dice: "Es, pues, la fe la certeza de lo que se espera, la convicción de lo que no se ve." Similar al optimismo, la fe espera un resultado positivo, sin embargo, la base de la declaración es diferente.…
El día 9 de Septiembre del 2020, Miguel Lebrón predicó bajo el tema ¿Cómo mantener la esperanza? Base Bíblica: Romanos 5:1-5 Los ataques del enemigo no son asia nuestra fe. Creo que los ataque del enemigo están dirigidos a nuestra esperanza. Es mi intención presentarle porque creo esto, ya que estoy convencido que si el enemigo logra hacer una grie…
Will and Alex review "The Joy Luck Club," a 1993 American drama film about the relationships between Chinese-American women and their Chinese immigrant mothers.
Larry reveals his pandemic Hall of Shame nominees and we remember definitive moments from the first five months of the pandemic.
Larry returns to the podcast to chat about Alex’s deleted tweet adventure, his most thirsty influencer move during the pandemic, constructive criticism for brands, and more.
Asad joins the podcast for a definitive walkthrough of Alex’s previous career as a chartered accountant.
Sarah returns to the podcast to chat about TikTok, Taylor Swift's new album, and tries to name 10 Asian people.
Joseph Casciaro a.k.a. Bamburgh Circle Bachelor and Mark Savel a.k.a. Paesan Warren Buffett return to the podcast to help Alex accomplish his goal of becoming an honorary paesan.
Vivek returns to the podcast to chat about potentially the best two weeks of "regular season" basketball ever, our early impressions of the defending champion Toronto Raptors, the history of Raptors Twitter, and more.
Larry chats about his newfound fandom for the Toronto Raptors and worst sneakers of the week. Also: Alex discusses his new book deal and the upcoming podcast hiatus.
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Will returns to the podcast to chat about Bruce Lee's life, and we review the 1973 martial arts film "Enter the Dragon." Three stars: Lee, Roper, Han Patrick Patterson award: Bolo Gerald Henderson award: The Hong Kong scenery
Sean returns to the podcast to chat about anti-vaxxers and conspiracy theorists in the NBA bubble, Soulja Boy’s legacy and the most iconic ClutchPoints graphics. Also: we both pick the Raptors to win the Disney World championship.
Lauren returns to the podcast to give her definitive takes on (almost) every restaurant chain in Canada. Also: Alex shares the story of how he was once named Popeyes Fan of the Month on Facebook.
Wesley Cheng a.k.a. Ellen Degenerate joins the podcast to chat about his personal history with gambling and the 1998 American drama film "Rounders." Three stars: Mike McDermott, Lester "Worm" Murphy, Joey Knish Patrick Patterson award: Teddy KGB Gerald Henderson award: Abe Petrovsky
Larry returns to the podcast to discuss Lou Williams' trip to Magic City, why people should stop lace-swapping every pair of sneakers they own, and more. Also: Alex is pro-influencer marketing again thanks to Miller Lite.
Andrew Zuber a.k.a. The Zubes helps Alex pick his bandwagon teams for the 2020 baseball season.
Andrew Zuber a.k.a. The Zubes returns to the podcast to answer every single burning question about the 2020 baseball season.
Will returns to the podcast to revisit Toronto's 30-point comeback against the Dallas Mavericks in December. Three stars: Kyle Lowry, Chris Boucher, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson Patrick Patterson award: Russell Peters Gerald Henderson award: Herbie Kuhn
In part two of my 2020 All-Star Weekend revisit with James, we discuss the fourth quarter of the All-Star game including Kyle Lowry’s charges, LeBron vs. Giannis and Chris Paul almost getting a technical in an All-Star game. Also: we play another round of "Who He Play For?"
James returns to the podcast to revisit our favorite memories from 2020 All-Star Weekend in Chicago, including Alex's first encounter with deep dish pizza and Common’s player intros (shoutout Frank Mogul).
Yang joins the podcast to talk about putting Nick Nurse's "NN" hat on GQ's best new menswear items list, Vince Carter's legacy, and more.
Michael Pina joins the podcast to explain the concept of shotgunning beers and Jimmy Butler's "rise and grind" approach. We also discuss the Celtics, 76ers, Heat, Rockets, Nuggets, Jazz and Thunder's chances at the NBA bubble.
theScore’s Joseph Casciaro returns to the podcast to chat about the NBA bubble snitch hotline and Victor Oladipo's potential return. Also: we break down a potential Lakers-Clippers matchup and what another championship would mean for LeBron and Kawhi.
Brad a.k.a. Too Much Hoops joins the podcast to talk about our early impressions of the NBA bubble and Toronto's championship-level defense. We also revisit the Raptors' 15-game win streak and team's fourth quarter comeback win against the Indiana Pacers in February.
Larry returns to the podcast to discuss the return of sports, the end of inappropriate sports team names, how to defund Kelly Loeffer and Todd McFarlane action figures. Also: the best and worst sneakers of 2020 so far.
Will Lou returns to the podcast as we discuss 10 things I miss about the Raptors season. Also: what happens if LeBron wants pork bone stew at Disney World.
Joe Wolfond joins the podcast to chat about his mixed feelings over the return of sports, Michael Chang’s calfs and Marat Safin’s 2000 US Open victory. Also: we recap our favorite moments from the Raptors’ 101-96 win over the Sixers in November a.k.a. The one where Joel Embiid scored zero points.
Kishan returns to the podcast to chat about the return of baseball, financial district photoshoots, and the differences between Gen Z and millennials. Also: we share our favorite personal memories from Raptors championship ring ceremony night.
Vivek returns to the podcast as we make 10 predictions about what will happen at Disney World. Also: what if Patrick Patterson hits the series-clinching shot in the Finals against the Raptors?
CBS Sports writer James Herbert joins the podcast to talk about the league’s return, group economics and the proposed plan for social justice messaging on jerseys. Also: Alex presents his Disney World tiers and plays "Who He Play For?"
Will Lou talks about being a gifted child, watching Arrested Development, playing frisbee sports and more. Also, we discuss: California rolls, hockey lingo, country music bars and streaking. Finally: Alex takes a U2 vs. Oasis quiz.
Lauren returns to the podcast to chat about: breakfast places, Bob Marley, camping, marijuana, latte art competitions, public radio, arts degrees and being the only white person around. Also: drinking a glass of milk, potatoes and Swiss Chalet.
Sean returns to the podcast to explain: expensive sandwiches, shorts, sea salt, tea, renovations, the idea of soccer, spicy food, family photos, defending your city’s honor, EA Sports NHL games and the CFL. Also, we discuss being a tourist in Chinatown and tagging people in online challenges.