Mitch Messer is an electrical engineer from MIT, entrepreneur, and a real estate investor.

Mitch tells us how in the beginning, he wanted to be an engineer. Things changed course for him though, when he realized what it was that he really wanted and how he would be able to get it.

In this episode, Mitch shares the less-than experience he had when he was in MIT, how it was hard for him to ask for help, and how eventually, he became very thankful to his school for making him into a better person.

Listen and find out in this episode that there is no shame in asking for help, and that you are not the only one who feels that way.

 

 

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Quotes:

If you find yourself drowning, ask for help. Click To Tweet The goal in life is not to score the top grade. The goal in life is to help as many people as you can. Click To Tweet The goal in life is to live an authentic life as you can and there is no scorecard for that. And if there is, you get to create it. Click To Tweet

 

Time Stamps:

  • 04:38 – Mitch’s less-than story
  • 12:48 – “If you find yourself drowning, ask for help.” – Mitch Messer
  • 13:58 – “There is no shame in asking for help.” – Mitch Messer
  • 15:10 – When Mitch learned the value of asking people for help
  • 24:28 – How Mitch is grateful to his school for making him into a better person
  • 29:13 – Why men usually don’t ask for help
  • 30:28 – “The goal in life is not to score the top grade. The goal in life is to help as many people as you can.” – Mitch Messer
  • 30:35 – “The goal in life is to live an authentic life as you can and there is no scorecard for that. And if there is, you get to create it.” – Mitch Messer
  • 31:55 – Life lessons Mitch learned

 

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