#MeetMajority: Luis Miguel

#MeetMajority: The Majority Strategies Team
June 18, 2018
Majority Strategies

Creative Copywriter Luis Miguel was born in California but now considers himself a full-fledged Floridian. While living abroad in Mexico, he became a freelance copywriter for various startups. Luis later transitioned into journalism, writing for several popular news outlets before joining the Majority Strategies team.

Learn more about this West-Coast-turned-East-Coast creative copywriter in this week's #MeetMajority.

Toughest lesson learned?
The course life has set out for us isn’t always the one we’d envisioned for ourselves, but the moment we come to terms with our purpose, that’s when we find true fulfillment and happiness.

What are your favorite eats from your home state?
I love Florida, but I’d be willing to pay a small fortune to have In N’ Out Burger set up shop over here.

Last book you read?
“The 33 of War” by Robert Greene. Don’t let life pass you by without giving that a read.

Where do you get your news?
Might be easier to say where I don’t. My favorites are Washington Examiner, The Free Beacon, The Hill, Politico, Daily Caller, Axios, NBC News, Fox, and Breitbart.

When and where are you happiest?
At home playing “grocery store” with my daughters.

Why Majority Strategies?
I like working with winners.

How many cities have you lived in?
A bunch in Southern California; then Jefferson, Georgia; a few different Broward County, Florida cities; Chandler, Arizona; Provo and Salt Lake City, Utah; Tijuana and Ensenada, Mexico; and now lovely Jacksonville.

Favorite song? And what do you do when it comes on in the car?
My favorite songs change, and they’re not usually the kind that gets on the radio. If “The Cinema Show” by Genesis was ever played, I’d probably send the DJ a hand-written thank-you note and a pizza.

Do you consider yourself to have good luck, bad luck or no luck?
I’m of the belief that everyone makes his own luck.

What’s on your bucket list?
Learn to play “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” on fiddle and play in front of huge crowd.

Tell us about your family.
I’ve been blessed with a great wife, Silvia, along with two daughters – Leah and Zahra – and an adorable baby boy named Jacob.

Thanks, Luis!

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