Isaac Mashman

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Isaac Mashman is a businessman, author, creator, coffee addict, podcast host, private investor, and speaker.

On April 17, 2020, he founded his first company Mashman Ventures, a public relations firm that specializes in helping create, maintain, and scale unrivaled personal brands for people who want to be followed, in demand, and respected. He has had the pleasure of working with countless authors, actors, business executives, musicians, models, and a variety of other professions to get results by leveraging their personal brands.

In addition to running his company, he creates content based around his experiences in life and business, covering a range of topics in varying formats. He previously hosted a business and self-development podcast, Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman ( which he ended in June of 2022 after 3 years. It remains available on all streaming services including Spotify, Pandora, and Apple Podcasts. He is working on launching a new show in 2023 that merges the niches of business, celebrity, and entertainment.

Isaac published his first book, Personal Branding: A Manifesto on Fame and Influence on November 1st, 2021 ( It’s currently available on Amazon and other major retailers. A second edition release is expected in Fall 2024.

In January 2022 Isaac Mashman launched two new companies, Mashman Investments and Mashman Properties within one week of each other. You can find him everywhere @isaacmashman and by going to his website

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  • What is your favorite quote? At the center of all achievement is personal growth - Isaac Mashman
  • Are there any moments that stand out as having a significant impact on your career? Receiving accreditation with the Better Business Bureau within a year and three months of launching and being in business was a huge milestone!
  • Outside of your profession do you have any hobbies/interests? Bicycling, Camping, Mentoring, Swimming, Traveling
  • Who do you look up to as a mentor and why? I look up to a variety of people, both alive and gone. Earl Nightingale, Dale Carnegie, and Napoleon Hill are some of my biggest influences.
  • Is there anything else we should know about you? I tell it how it is and how to get it to where it should be. I can cover a variety of topics and am looking to establish long-term relationships.