59 min

Second Chance Leadership The Whole Enchilada Podcast

    • Entrepreneurship

Before getting into the meat of the episode (no pun intended), the Whole Enchilada Crew dined on six types of sopes while they heard Michael tell the story of the best Mexican food he ever had in downtown Phoenix. Michael then tells the story of his childhood, where he learned early on how to take care of himself. He made the decision to become a chef but made the mistake of taking on too much and burning out quickly. His mistake landed him addicted to drugs and homeless, merely surviving from one day to the next. A brakeless car and a phone call gave him a second chance and the opportunity to work again, although not landing exactly where he expected. On a mission trip in Cambodia, a chance encounter with two men answered the question Michael had been asking since his recovery: how can I help others?
He moved to Cambodia in 2016 and hasn’t looked back. He tells a story of leadership with a young man who needed someone to believe in him and how it changed that man’s life. Michael discusses the pandemic and how it changed the course of his mission but didn’t throw him off track.
Links:
Mama Maria’s Restaurant, Phoenix
https://www.mapquest.com/us/arizona/mama-maria-restaurant-402248994
Century 9 Restaurant
https://www.facebook.com/Century9Cambodia
Michael Kenyon
https://www.kenyoncovenant.com
About Our Sponsors:
Executive Scheduling Associates employs 120 professional schedulers filling the sales calendars of 500 financial wholesalers and advisors across North America. And now we provide short-term services qualifying cold leads and event lists. Ask us for details at www.esasolutions.com. 
The Dayton School of Business at Asbury University offers a small-town campus with a big-impact education for future business leaders. Undergraduate studies include accounting, business administration, finance, marketing, and sports management. There’s even an online Dayton Master of Business Administration program. Learn more at www.asbury.edu.
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Before getting into the meat of the episode (no pun intended), the Whole Enchilada Crew dined on six types of sopes while they heard Michael tell the story of the best Mexican food he ever had in downtown Phoenix. Michael then tells the story of his childhood, where he learned early on how to take care of himself. He made the decision to become a chef but made the mistake of taking on too much and burning out quickly. His mistake landed him addicted to drugs and homeless, merely surviving from one day to the next. A brakeless car and a phone call gave him a second chance and the opportunity to work again, although not landing exactly where he expected. On a mission trip in Cambodia, a chance encounter with two men answered the question Michael had been asking since his recovery: how can I help others?
He moved to Cambodia in 2016 and hasn’t looked back. He tells a story of leadership with a young man who needed someone to believe in him and how it changed that man’s life. Michael discusses the pandemic and how it changed the course of his mission but didn’t throw him off track.
Links:
Mama Maria’s Restaurant, Phoenix
https://www.mapquest.com/us/arizona/mama-maria-restaurant-402248994
Century 9 Restaurant
https://www.facebook.com/Century9Cambodia
Michael Kenyon
https://www.kenyoncovenant.com
About Our Sponsors:
Executive Scheduling Associates employs 120 professional schedulers filling the sales calendars of 500 financial wholesalers and advisors across North America. And now we provide short-term services qualifying cold leads and event lists. Ask us for details at www.esasolutions.com. 
The Dayton School of Business at Asbury University offers a small-town campus with a big-impact education for future business leaders. Undergraduate studies include accounting, business administration, finance, marketing, and sports management. There’s even an online Dayton Master of Business Administration program. Learn more at www.asbury.edu.
Subscribe to our podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, and Stitcher.
Follow us:
Website Facebook Instagram LinkedIn

59 min