49: Interview with Tamir Goodman “The Jewish Jordan” & Inventor of the Zone190

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Known as the Jewish Jordan, Tamir Goodman was a Professional Basketball player that inspired thousands of Jewish youth showing them that they can reach the highest level of sports without sacrificing any levels of frumkeit. He played pro-ball while always wearing his kippa and his tzitzis and since his forces retirement due to injury is now inspiring by being a frum entrepreneur. In this episode we learn about all the challenges both on and off the court and learn what it takes to be a successful inventor and entrepreneur.

NAME: Tamir Goodman

COMPANY: Zone190

PERSONAL WEBSITE: TamirGoodman.com

LINKEDIN: Tamir on LinkedIn

TWITTER: @tamirgoodman

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About the author, Nachum

Nachum Kligman is a visionary entrepreneur, brand builder, marketer and business consultant through his company, Ideago LLC. He has founded or co-founded more than twenty companies and entrepreneurial projects such as Viewbix, ZipUp Inc, NextDor Inc., and others. He is the only man in history to own a Pizza Store on Rechov Meah Shearim, and he was a two-time Color War winning General at Raninu Day Camp back in the 90’s. He has consulted hundreds of business owners and non-profit organizations and is also an author, speaker and an amateur photographer. He holds two technology patents for his vision and ideas that resulted in Viewbix Inc. He also has a very successful weekly podcast, “The Frum Entrepreneur,” which is consistently one of the top Jewish podcasts on iTunes.

His biggest aspiration in life is to be a ben Torah and to help his fellow Jews succeed in the business world. He lives with his wife and children in Ramat Bet Shemesh, Israel.

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