Ebb & Flow, like the chassidic concept of Ratzo V’Shuv (running and returning), aims to provide you with the principles and practices, wisdom and willpower, insights and inspiration, and empowerment to access your higher vision, internalize it, and express it to the world. This podcast integrates Ho… read more
Haaaaave ya met Alex Onaindia. Well, I have and here's what I gotta tell ya about him.
Alex is the VP of Communications for Revolving Mind Media. Based in Miami, Alexander has developed strong relationships with Fortune 500 companies and global start-ups, marquee media, professional athletes, social media influencers and non-profit organizations through innovative marketing and communications campaigns. Alexander has had clients featured on national media outlets including ESPN, Good Morning America, O, The Oprah Magazine, Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, The Today Show and The Wall Street Journal.
LinkedIn: Alexander Onaindia and IG as @alexonaindia
Here's what we talk about:
FSU Alum where he studied Sports Mgmt
PR and Communications route from Internship
What drew him to PR and Communications
Wanting to be a story teller
The story is the individuals making change. One’s that wouldn’t normally get out there.
Revolving Mind Media event with Jaylon Smith, Lonestar Toyota, iCryo, and Boys & Girls Club
How Alex and RMM got all these people featured. Highlighting everyone involved.
Alex’s unique storytelling and making sure it is conveyed in that special way
Finding out who someone really is, what interests you, what do you want to be involved in, etc.
Value of in-person connections
Shifting to mobile experience
What is it that lights Alex up
To be one of the best in PR and adding additional skills that will then help the companies and individuals he’s working with. What motivates him is the desire to grow and learn, that if you don’t stay up to date, you will get left behind.
Thirst for knowledge - to help in many different areas and PR is a strong suit
Loves to give back to any organizations with kids
A new question I tried to formulate. Focusing on what good we did do, not what didn’t happen
Appreciating the moments and opportunities
Suggestions to recent college graduates:
Working in some field exposed to a bunch of businesses
Network and Connect with people
Golden Era of being able to reach any person and do business with people all around the world
“IF today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?” - Steve Jobs
Alex’s Gift of Laughter and being friendly; Smile and pass it on.
Prime 112 in Miami when I bring on a big PR client
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