Mitchell is a cowboy turned startup professional and Director of Marketing @ Crash. He’s a former champion meat grader. Author of Don’t Do Stuff You Hate. Narrator of Why Haven’t You Read This Book? And previously Chief of Staff at Ceterus – where he helped scale a team from 20 to 150, 5x revenue, and raise over $20MM in venture capital.
He’s radical about creating a better future and helping others do the same. Unsolvable problems and conspiracies are his favorite conversation genres. The keys to his heart – fine Bordeaux and Hemingway novels.
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When it comes to improving your life you're probably making it harder than it has to be. Stop focusing on what you want, what you love, what your calling or passion is. Start focusing on what you hate, what makes you bored, what's draining your sense of excitement. The best way to a life you love is simple: don't do stuff you hate.This book combines essays and insights from two authors who have put this philosophy into practice. It's a scattershot of ideas and practices for shedding the web of negative obligations, activities, and emotions so you can begin to build something better in its place.
Essays on how to live better.
In the early 2000s, the smartest man I’ve ever known filed for bankruptcy.
People talk shit on Millennials. Call them lazy. Entitled. And a million other names.
Take-Home Message: People love talking about themselves. Give them a chance.
Across the country right now many students are being duped into believing myths of a causal relationship existing between higher education…
Charleston-based Ceterus today announced the close of a $4.2 million Series A investment. The round was led by TechOperators, the largest venture technology investor in the Southeast, with participation from The IDEA Fund Partners of Raleigh, NC, and Alerion Ventures of Charleston, SC.
Charleston-based Ceterus today announced the close of a $6 million Series A-1 extension investment led by Grotech Ventures. Participation in the round includes existing investors, TechOperators of Atlanta, GA, The IDEA Fund of Raleigh, NC, and Alerion Ventures of Charleston, SC.
Ceterus, a Charleston-based Software-with-a-Service company today announced the close of $10 million in venture capital for their Series B funding round from a host of prominent investors. Harbert Growth Partners led the round with participation from earlier investors TechOperators, GroTech Ventures, Idea Fund Partners, and Alerion Ventures.
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