Success doesn’t happen overnight. The journey to success is a long process of working through each step of failure, motivation, and inspiration. It is through this process that you grow and strengthen your beliefs and become more confident in every decision that you make.

In this episode, the one and only Mitch Russo joins us to talk about what it means to be an entrepreneur, how building a real company is like, and how business owners can achieve their business goals. Make sure that you tune in to this podcast to learn the greatest business wisdom from Mitch firsthand!

About Our Guest: 

Mitch Russo co-founded Timeslips Corporation, the largest time-tracking software company in the world. When Timeslips Corp. was sold to Sage, he served as its Chief Operating Officer. He was also a pioneer, and later the President and CEO, of the virtual organization Business Breakthroughs International, together with Chet Holmes and Tony Robbins. 

Mitch is the author of the bestselling books, “The Invisible Organization,” and “Power Tribes – How Certification Can Explode Your Business.” In 2017, he launched the SaaS platform, The Results Breakthrough Network. Today, Mitch hosts the Your First Thousand Clients Podcast, where he discovers the secrets of successful business owners. 

For more insights, you can reach Mitch and set up a call with him for free on his website


Becoming an Entrepreneur and Finding Success Mitch's Story

  • He was a lead guitar player in a rock band in high school, where his initial motive was to meet girls.
  • He volunteered to book their band for their gigs. Shortly, they started making over $500 a night—that was in 1970. This experience taught him how it’s like to be an entrepreneur.
  • When his parents divorced during his teens, they struggled with their finances. He and his sister decided that they will not remain poor.
  • He studied electrical engineering and worked with pioneers in the computer industry.
  • There, he didn't just learn how to build and design circuits; Mitch also learned how the industry leaders thought.
  • He realized that the rest of the engineering jobs is more related to paperwork. He then

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