Laura Posada, Jomari Goyso and Alejandra Espinoza visit a local Miami school with Univision’s “Todo es Posible” campaign
A few weeks ago, I was invited by Univision to join them at a local Miami school to learn more about their “Todo es Posible” (Anything is Possible) campaign. The campaign along with Laura Posada, Jomari Goyso and Alejandra Espinoza had just visited a school in Texas, were now visiting a Miami school to later finish the tour at a school in LA. The campaign seemed very interesting to me which is why I accepted the invitation so I could learn a little more about it.
The meeting with high school students took place in a conference hall of the Braddock Sr. High School here in Miami. Laura, Jomari, and Alejandra took turns in sharing their stories with the students. They all spoke about how they made it to where they are now and how they are proof that anything is possible if you believe in yourself and work for it. Right after they spoke, they did an exercise with some students that had previously volunteered. They were asked what they wanted to achieve in life and then told to write on the board what they needed to do to make it happen. My favorite part was something that Laura stated when one of the students said what he wanted to become (profession). Laura corrected him and said that he needed to change his words from “I want to be” to “I’m going to be”. She said that was the first step in achieving his goal; he had to believe it was possible. She also said, “Dreams are great, but let’s take those dreams and turn them into goals”, in order for us to be one step closer to achieving them. She made some great points that I totally agree with. Now more than ever I can see what she means by that. I’ve always believed that but until you actually go through that yourself, it doesn’t take a deeper meaning. The morning chat was both inspirational and motivational. There was later some Q&A time for the students to ask them some questions.
The media was then escorted to another room to chat with the talent. Unfortunately, time was limited and I was only able to interview Jomari. He was the sweetest and I loved chatting with him. Check out his interview below (interview is in Spanish). Great job, Univision, on this campaign/initiative, and thank you for the invite!