In 1985, Mitch co-founded Timeslips Corp, which grew to become the largest time tracking software company in the world. In 1994, Timeslips Corp was sold to Sage, plc. While at Sage, Mitch went on to run all of Sage U.S. as Chief Operating Officer, a division with over 300 people.
Later, Mitch joined Chet Holmes as President of Chet Holmes, Int’l. Soon thereafter Mitch and Chet, along with Tony Robbins, created Business Breakthroughs, Int’l, a company serving thousands of businesses a year with coaching, consulting and training services. Mitch was the President and CEO for 4 years.
After the untimely death of Chet, Mitch left Business Breakthroughs to help CEOs build their own Invisible Organization using the principles outlined in his book The Invisible Organization.
[5:10] How he got into creating virtual companies
[9:30] The real issue you HAVE to understand in order to be prepared to take your company virtual
[15:22] Dealing with staff output and hours with a virtual company
[20:15] How to screen all the available technologies and which ones he likes
[26:17] When creating virtual companies hit an inflection point