Author

Avatar photo
Host/Producer/Chief Bottle Washer
About the Author
Seth is a former journalist turned digital marketer. He started his own agency in 2008 at the start of the banking crisis. Great timing, right? In 2010, after being a consumer of podcasts since 2005-ish, Seth ventured into doing his own podcasts. He started with Addicted to social media that eventually morphed into Social Media Addicts. Both of these shows have been of the web for a few years now. Currently, in addition to Goldstein Media, Seth's agency, he hosts two podcasts: Digital Marketing Dive and this one. He also has a weekly newsletter called Marketing Junto. To say he's busy is an understatement, but he enjoys every minute (well for the most part).

Rachael McCrary From Fashion Design To Healthcare

Rachael McCrary has wanted to be a fashion designer since she was born. At a young age, she asked her mother to show her how to make a pattern and by the age of 15 she was designing her own clothes. Fastforward, Rachael went to fashion school in San Francisco and then went to New…

Read More

Jay Clouse On Community And Living The Life Of An Entrepreneur

Jay helps creators earn a living. He is the writer of Creator Science and the host of Creative Elements, a narrative-interview podcast exploring how today’s top creators make a living with their art and creativity. He previously led the Community Experience team for Pat Flynn and Smart Passive Income, designing their paid membership community and cohort-based…

Read More

Rachel Downey Wants To Help Purpose-Driven Companies Excel At Podcasting

Rachel Downey is the founder and executive producer of Share Your Genius, a podcast development firm based in Indianapolis, Indiana. She works with purpose-driven companies of all sizes use the podcast medium to get their voices heard. Find Rachel Online https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachelelstsdowney/ https://shareyourgenius.com If you’re enjoying Entrepreneur’s Enigma, please give us a review on the podcast…

Read More

Charles Fry On Building Virtual Products And Helping Entrepreneurs Follow Their Dreams

Charles “Carlos” Fry is the CEO and Chief Bottle Washer at Code Éxitos, a near-shore product design and development shop aimed at helping entrepreneurs discover their dreams and helping the communities in the Americas. Code Éxitos is a certified B Corp, which means they give back to the communities they operate in. Charles is a…

Read More

Talha Sabri On The Future Of Tech Internships

Talha has been fortunate to study at some of the World’s best higher education institutions. He is acutely aware of how hard it is to land a job in the tech industry without having experience, which you can only get from working in the tech industry. Because of this Talha founded RadicalX.co a online, virtual…

Read More

Kevin J. Hart On AI, AR, VR In The Construction Space and His “Why” In Entrepreneurship

Kevin J. Hart came up with the idea for Aireal while in class in college. He still has the notebook with is notes today. Kevin has a background in UX, UI design and has brought that to the work he does with his company Aireal since 2013. From the website: Aireal is a patented geospatial…

Read More

John (Coach K) Klymshyn On Being The Librarian Of Uncommon Knowledge And The Klymshyn Method

Editorial Note: John was not a Navy SEAL. He was in the Navy and got to go deep sea diving with a bunch of Navy SEALs who deep water certified him. John (Coach K) Klymshyn is the founder of The Klymshyn Method, a sales coach, author, and public speaker. He helps executives and entrepreneurs with…

Read More

Jim Shulman On Helping Seasoned Entrepreneurs Get Even Better

Jim Shulman has been an entrepreneur since he left college at Johns Hopkins. When he graduated with a liberal arts education, he sold all kinds of items. Jim at one point did work for another company, but he ran his department with a soft touch, trusting his employees to get the job done and not…

Read More

Bryan Whittington From Flyboy to Entrepreneurship and Sales Coaching

Bryan Whittington served in the Air National Guard as a pilot, when he got vertigo, and his flying career was over he turned to sales training and entrepreneurship. Years later he’s never looked back. Find Bryan Online https://www.linkedin.com/in/brywhittington/ https://ebsgrowth.com/podcast/ https://ebsgrowth.com/ If you’re enjoying Entrepreneur’s Enigma, please give us a review on the podcast directory of…

Read More