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[Chapter 16] Wearing Many Hats with Chrissie Torres

This week’s installment of Walkin’ with Joaquin virtually takes me to my home country — Philippines! How are we common to the legends of different industries? We all have 24 hours in a day. It’s what you do with these ...

[Chapter 15] Swiping Right with Mandy Menaker

This week’s installment of Walkin’ with Joaquin virtually takes me to New York City! While having dinner with friends, one of them shared with me this app for meeting people. “Is this another Tinder?”, I jokingly asked. “Think of it ...

[Chapter 14] Chasing Happiness with Kelli Davis-Pease

How did my guest for today and I end up being friends? Majority of you might say that it’s the power of social media. Donning my Dwight Schrute voice, I respond that with a “False!” It started with a snail ...

[Chapter 13] Reporting Live! with Stephanie Funkhouser

You can find Stephanie’s blog by clicking here. “Walkin’ with Joaquin” returns for a new set of interviews! In case you need a refresher on what this is about, let me summarize it for you! This is an online series ...

On y va to Feb 2018!

Wrapping Up WWJ 2017

In no particular order, here are my top 10 favorites! Click the interviewee’s name for the full interview article. [on joining a startup] “I look for someone who hits the ground running. Being a self-starter, enthusiastic, resilient, and always eager to ...

[Chapter 11] Behind The Scenes with Taylor Shold

Our guest had one simple childhood dream: “I wanted to work for Hockey Night in Canada”. I am beyond excited to introduce to you my guest for today’s post, Taylor Shold! I touched base on his media career, online community, ...

[Chapter 10] Marketing Test with Leanna Sun

When my guest for today approached me, I noticed her holding a piece of paper. The contents looked familiar. I can see my signature at the bottom. “Wow, you printed my talking points!” I said. “Of course, you should always ...

[Chapter 6] Walkin’ with Joaquin: The Writing Process with Dana ...

The interview is done. My notes are ready. All I need to do is to turn it into an article – the final product. It sounds simple, right? Somewhere in between this process, I change my Spotify tunes, grab a ...