This article was originally published in pulseapp.com on 9/10/21.
At 21, Isaac Mashman found himself in California trying to find his place in life while the pandemic raged outside his doorstep. Working as a freelancer and sole proprietor, he knew he would get a stimulus check.
And he decided to do something different with it.
Instead of squirrel away his stimulus money for a rainy day, Isaac decided to invest it into launching a business. Thus, on April 17, 2020, the public relations firm Mashman Ventures was born. Through his company, Isaac helps business owners, musicians, and other ambitious individuals build and leverage their personal brands to drive leads, book gigs, and get seen.
While his company is only a year and a half old, he's managed to bring on 13 team members without any outside funding. Building this team, keeping his operations simple, and staying flexible has led to Mashman Ventures’ wild success.
We sat down with Isaac in our recent episode of The Cash Flow Show to talk about his success and what other business owners and entrepreneurs can learn from it.