#1362 How a 17-year-old dropped out of high school to “burn his ships” and become an entrepreneur – with Chris Kelsey

Chris Kelsey on Mixergy Interviews Oct 7th 2016


Seventeen minutes of my life were spent looking at the financials of today’s guest before this interview. His story seemed a little too good to be true. His name Chris Kelsey and he’s the founder of Appsitude, an app and web development firm. His revenue for the first also seemed too good to be true, his client list a little too impressive, so before the interview I subtly but firmly grilled him about is numbers. And the numbers were there. I’m curious about how he built this company and why he left high school early to do it.

Chris Kelsey is the founder of Appsitude, an app and web development firm.

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