Episode 177

A Journey Through Three Exits with Colin Mitchell

This week on The Exit: Colin Mitchell, Managing Partner at Leadium, shares insights from his entrepreneurial journey with three successful exits, one business which he and his wife grew from zero to $5M in only 26 months.

Colin discusses the importance of sales, scaling teams, and the preparedness needed for exits. From starting in sales to founding businesses like Monster VoIP and Salescast, he emphasizes the significance of understanding deal points, having a clear exit plan, and recognizing when it’s the right time to move on. 

Despite experiencing such meteoric success with his ventures, one notable piece of advice for Colin’s past self is to practice more patience in the entrepreneurial journey.

For more details and insights from his entrepreneurial journey, listen to the latest episode of The Exit.

Collin Mitchell has over 15 years of sales experience with a passion for driving revenue growth for sales teams with top of funnel services. As the VP of Sales at Leadium, Collin leads a team of high-performing sales professionals who help B2B SaaS companies generate qualified leads and appointments. He is  also the host of the Sales Transformation Podcast, a top 1% sales podcast that delivers daily insights and tips on how to sell better and faster. 

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/collincmitchell/

Website: https://www.leadium.com/

Podcast: https://www.leadium.com/resources/podcasts/sales-transformation

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Steve McGarry

An entrepreneur, content creator, and investor based in sunny Tampa, Florida. In 2015, while living in San Francisco, Steve sold his first fintech startup LendLayer to Max Levchin’s (founder of PayPal) consumer finance company Affirm.

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