An interview with Mike Lahoud

In today’s show, we connect with professional soccer player, Mike Lahoud, in a thoughtful conversation where he shares stories of his growth through struggle and life as an athlete.

He shares quotes from his mentors and real-life experiences of learning the value of our human experience.

Together, we dive into our purpose and how helping someone else discover that their story matters can change everything.

Hear Mike share how he learned humility and gratitude and join us as we are reminded we really can make a difference.

Originally from Freetown, Sierra Leone, he played in the MLS for Chivas USA and Philadelphia Union, won the National Champion with Wake Forest University, and played for his home country, Sierra Leone National in the 2014 World Cup Qualifiers. – Read More From Us…


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