Follow The Leader

As a young political refugee, I came to realize that my stretched mind causes the spiritual fire that has grown inside, which allows me to embrace new hopes and aspirations. It has also motivated me to become involved with startups and turnaround projects all over this great nation, in a couple of different languages.

The strategy which works best for me is to always remember that hard work, devotion, and commitment, are contagious, and that failure is never an option.

These eclectic projects vary from commercial to governmental, to academic and non-profit media. As a result, I have dedicated the bulk of my career to working for various media-related programs including at Washington, Post-Newsweek, WPLG, NBC, Univision, Telemundo, VOA, Tri-State University, ASU, and NYIT. I hold advanced degrees from public academic institutions. 

https://github.com/rfesoto

https://xtra.doseofnews.com/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/imaginus/

https://connect.prsa.org/speaker/soto

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roberto_FE_Soto

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I believe in multicultural diversity because over the years, I have learned that everything improves with representative inclusion.

To lead by example, roll up my sleeves, and keep an open mind to new ideas and concepts. I never ask anyone to perform a function I have not previously done. I try to be a motivational, democratic, and affiliative coach, a visionary, a servant, a pacesetter, as well as participative, transactional, and transformational.

In accomplishing these goals, I practice an open door policy and by working to balance all professional goals with our personal relationships. Everyone and all ideas are always important to consider while we are involved in the process of growing any organization. 

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