About Me


Hello, I'm Keaton.

A passionate marketer, entrepreneur & consultant. On this site (and elsewhere), I like exploring how business can help us reach the outcomes we want most in life.

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Entrepreneurship & marketing have always fascinated me. I started my first business during my senior year of high school – a blog. I didn’t make any money, but I did learn a lot of valuable lessons.

Later that year, I left on a full-time spanish-speaking mission for my church to Washington, DC. I spent 2 years studying scriptures, knocking doors, doing community service, speaking to people on the street, and teaching lessons to interested people in their homes. Every day started at 6:30 and ended at 10:30 with just three-quarters of a day off per week! This time laid the foundation for my understanding of psychology, sales, and hard (and smart) work.

In 2018, I returned home to Salt Lake City, UT and started working in marketing for my family business – a local swim school. Eventually, I started to get my own marketing clients and went full time running my marketing agency, OrthoPatients.

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As I started to have success with my own agency, hundreds of other agency owners started to reach out to me for advice and coaching.

I have now personally coached over 100 agency owners and marketers, and helped thousands more through my YouTube channel.

My Most Important Core Values

Honesty and Integrity

I tell the truth, show up to meetings on time (or notify in advance if I won't) and don't use fake marketing tactics.


I prioritize mental, physical, and emotional health above work.


I live the life I am proud of, not the life others expect of me.

Pragmatic Optimism

I balance (an help my clients balance) positive, optimistic, large goals with a grounded, up-front understanding of the trade-offs, time and costs associated.


NOTE: If you’re trying to sell me something, you better make it good.