Person of Interest: Seth Rosario
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Seth Rosario graduated early back in December, and since has become one of the most entrepreneurial students to graduate from Orcutt Academy. He runs his own business and writes apps to help people be better versions of themself.
Seth has always had an entrepreneurial spirit, but it took off when he started a car detailing business. He used his own money to buy a pressure washer, dual action polisher, and all the cleaning liquids and sprays. He now has about 25 clients and makes anywhere from $40 to $230 per car. Although Seth is getting ready to move on to college, it was a fun little business for him and gave him some great experience.
Ever since he was young, Seth wasn’t the type to go with the flow. He said, “The goal of entrepreneurship isn’t about money, it’s about being able to experience life in a way that you desire.” He realized he could never enjoy working under or for someone else, and became committed to the entrepreneurial lifestyle.
Of all his projects, Seth’s favorite is an app he is creating with his friend. A lot of his details are secret, but he said the app is “designed to help people stop living life in a passive manner… and help them create their dream life.” Seth loves being able to motivate others to follow their passions and dreams, which is why this app is so important to him.
Besides working on cars and writing apps, Seth also love photography and videography. He runs a YouTube channel making parody self help videos with names like “How to be Unproductive” and “3 Tips for Sleeping in Class.” Seth also loves to play soccer and is very passionate about his religion. He plans on serving a two year mission for his church.
Seth graduated high school early and is going to leave soon to attend his dream school Brigham Young University Utah. The Spartan Oracle hopes Seth can continue accomplishing his goals motivating others to do the same!
Photo provided by “Photography By Amy Evans.”