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Best Stephen Mackey podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Stephen Mackey podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Coach 360 is a podcast dedicated to helping high school coaches take their leadership to the next level. In each episode, we'll talk to high school coaches and athletic directors about topics like: developing culture, locker room management, character development, hiring staff, mental toughness, anger management, practice and preparation techniques, and more.
 
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Stephen Mackey is the Founder/CEO of 2 Words Character Development Program. He is a graduate of both Texas A &M (2007-first generation college graduate) and Fuller Theological Seminary. Mackey speaks about 275 times in a year. The 2 Words program is sweeping across High School campuses with a 36 week curriculum including video lessons and downloada…
 
Kevin Kowalski is currently an Assistant Pastor at RockPointe Church in Flower Mound, TX. He also serves as Assistant Football Coach at Coram Deo Academy. Kevin Played college football at Toledo. He played professionally for the Dallas Cowboys. He is married to Johanna and they have a 2 1/2 month old son, Titus.…
 
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thatsall Between the Federal Reserve’s unlimited bond buying program, the federal reserve’s 1.5 trillion dollars in repo loans, and the federal government’s two trillion dollar stimulus program, things are getting pretty expensive these day. Here’s how these agencies plan to get the funds to engage in these programs…
 
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thatsall Today the Federal Reserve announced unlimited quantitative easing measures to stimulate liquidity in the markets. This, combined with the Federal Reserve’s actions in the REPO overnight markets, is an attempt to get banks to make more loans to consumers. Here is exactly what’s happening.…
 
Our team and school standards are what make us who we are. Everything runs more smoothly when coaches and athletes are doing the right things based on those standards. Our high standards give our athletes something to grab and hold onto when something goes wrong in their lives. It's an anchor for our student-athletes' lives where they can learn how…
 
America is considering four solutions to our current medical supply shortage: introducing export restrictions, reducing or eliminating tariffs, revising import procedures, and prioritizing domestic production. This is what each of those strategies would entail and their real world precedents.By Stephen Mackey
 
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thatsall The Federal Reserve just had an emergency session where they cut the Federal Funds rate by 100 points. The federal funds rate is now a quarter of a percentage point. At the same time they have escalated their quantitative easing program to buy five hundred billion dollars worth of Treasury Bills and two hun…
 
As coaches, we have to hold our athletes accountable for their actions. When they mess up a play in the middle of a big game, that's on them. After all, we're not the ones playing; they are. But, we have to remember that every kid responds to constructive criticism differently, so the way that we address accountability and hold each athlete account…
 
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thatsall Congressional Switchboard: (202) 224-3121 Congress is currently debating how to renew three operations in the FISA program. The bill that was just passed by the house and is up for a vote in the Senate has several reforms to the surveillance program. Here is exactly what’s happening.…
 
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thatsall The Federal Reserve just announced that they are going to be providing one point five trillion dollars in short term loans to financial institutions in order to keep the markets liquid. Here is exactly what happened and what it all means.By Stephen Mackey
 
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thatsall The Federal Reserve just cut the key interest rate by half a percentage point in response to coronavirus concerns. It was not very effective at stimulating the economy. The next day, the house of representatives passed an eight point three billion dollar spending plan that lead to a massive market uptick. H…
 
Coaches and athletes are motivated by a scoreboard. Sometimes that scoreboard reflects the game results, but sometimes it reflects an A/B honor roll percentage. The difference is in the focus of the athletic program. Are we in it just for the on-field wins and trophies? Or, do we understand that there is something more important than sports going o…
 
Cantrell Tyson is currently the Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach at Hanceville HS, in Hanceville, AL. He is a young, up and coming Coach in the state of Alabama. He is a graduate of Opp, AL and played 2 seasons at Faulkner University. Follow him on Twitter at: @Coach_CTysonBy All In Sports Outreach Podcast
 
Coaches aren't successful unless their athletes are successful. That's why we push our athletes so hard in practice and off-season. That's why we yell and assign burpies. We want to see them grow and succeed. But, as Coach Rod Blount of Navarro ISD reminds us during this interview, there's more to helping our athletes become their best selves than …
 
If we expect our athletes to keep returning day after day, game after game, and year after year, they need to want to be here. Coach Gerald Brence of Plano ISD asks coaches to remember that our athletes want encouragement, fairness, and organization. If we can give them that, we can make athletics the highlight of their day. During this interview, …
 
Jared Hunt is the Athletic Director at Academy ISD, in Little River, Texas. Prior to joining Academy ISD, he served as the Recruiting Coordinator/Assistant Director of High School Relations at the University of Arkansas as well as Southern Methodist University (SMU). He is married to Krystan and they have 2 daughters. The core principles of his pro…
 
Trust has to be built before you can make any major changes after you transition to a new-to-you athletics program. See, the program is new to you, but it’s already been established by others. If you try to bring in a wrecking ball on day one, it’s going to ruffle feathers. Sometimes feather-ruffling is necessary, but you won’t know until you obser…
 
How you weekend has a direct impact on how you perform during the week. It’s not separate from the rest of the week or from your personal identity. When you weekend poorly (i.e. wasting time, doing things you shouldn’t), it’s a symptom of a deeper issue with the balance in your life. Leaders rise above the TGIF mentality. They recognize that althou…
 
According to Coach Eric de los Santos of Irving High, athletes want discipline because it equals freedom. The team at 2 Words definitely agrees. Coaches expect things from their athletes that the kids might not expect of themselves, and discipline is the only way to make it a reality. Discipline gives us the space to learn and grow within boundarie…
 
Drew Pittman is currently a Sports Agent with Capital Sports Advisors. He played soccer in college for Southern Methodist University. Following a career in banking and commercial real estate, he became a certified agent in 1992. Drew is the author of “First Team Dad, Your Playbook For A Winning Family” which helps men become better leaders of their…
 
If you want your athletes to invest their time, energy, and effort in your program, you have to invest in your athletes. Continuously building relationships with your student-athletes allows you to speak to them on a deeper level than pep talks and plays. In this episode, Coach Chance Westmoreland of Argyle High School shares why building relations…
 
When you start something new, the very novelty of it makes everything exciting. You’re curious and ready to see where this new activity can take you. But there will come a point when that stops. This is the point when motivation fades, and there’s a long slog to get through before habit makes this hard thing easy. To honor your integrity, you have …
 
Investing in your athletes is sort of like investing in a 401k for retirement. The more you put in, the more you will get out later. That investment is particularly important when you join a new program. The athletes don’t know you yet, and they probably won’t be ready for you to drop a 50 lb. hammer on them in practice. In this episode, Colton and…
 
Kyle Vasey is currently the Assistant Athletic Director-Strategic Planning at the University of Alabama. Prior to Alabama, he was a Financial Analyst at the the University of Arizona. He is a graduate of the University of Arizona, where he served as a student manager for the Men’s Basketball Team.By All In Sports Outreach Podcast
 
No matter what season you’re in, it will come to a finish. High school ends, college ends, eventually even the pros retire. Every season will finish, but you choose how you will finish it. Will you finish strong—blowing past the finish line? Or will you have a meh finish where you reach the line, but not at full steam? How you finish is how you set…
 
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