Mike Ochosa is many things. He is a marketing and advertising executive. He has taught in various colleges and universities. He is a renowned sports analyst, athlete and baseball coach. He is more importantly father to a family of 4. He believes that building character leads to success in the long term.
LEADING WITH HEART, GUIDING WITH SOUL
A leader with heart is someone with compassion and strength. He is unwavering in his beliefs but understanding with people. He creates deep rooted bonds for he understands that moments are fleeting but relationships endure
Mike grew up in the streets of Manila to a middle income family. Through the hard work of his parents, he was able to gain a Degree in Business from De La Salle University. Subsequently, he paid his way through graduate school garnering a Masters in Business Management Degree from the Asian Institute of Management.
Mike was drawn to the marketing function as there he could be able to combine his artistic side with business training. True enough, this is where he thrives.
He has been involved in all aspect of the marketing process. He has headed several advertising and media groups as well as brand management in both the client and agency function.
PASSION FOR SPORTS
However in the middle of his career, he decided to pursue his passion in sports. To date, you see him as a television sports analyst and he is heavily involved in developing baseball in the country.
LEARNING FROM HIS FAILURES
Like everybody else, Mike has had his share of successes and failures. This is the value that he brings. Mike provides deep and valuable insights about how he has walked this road called life. He shares his experiences about his career, his family and his passions. The bedrock of Mike’s belief is that truly people are the most valuable asset there is, in all levels. Your relatives, friends, colleagues, workmates are integral variable to one’s success. He believes that to be successful one must realize joy from being with others. For what is success without others to share it with? He shares his mistakes with the desire that no one makes the same… and in so doing be more successful than he is.