About This Show
The Get Shit Done Chat (#GSDChat) was created to give awesome people an opportunity to share the experiences of what they went through on the way to their success: the failures, stumbling blocks, and hardships they experienced; how they overcame them; and how they got shit done to earn the successes that people see today.
The purpose behind this is two-fold. The GSDChat highlights the successes that people have. All over the world, people are doing amazing things and it’s so easy for someone to think, “They're so successful, they have it so easy...” but they don’t understand the blood, sweat, and tears that went behind it. This chat dives into that aspect of it. The GSDChat also wants to show that these successful people have experienced similar drawbacks along their path, whether it be internal or external, as others have and that it’s completely possible for anyone to work through it, do what they love, and get shit done.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 16 - Chip Eichelberger
3 days ago
What are the last 10 books you've read? That's a question Chip enjoys asking people he meets. How would you answer it? Can you remember even the last 5 that you've read? Chip Eichelberger is a guy who helps others Get Switched On. He travels 100 days a year to various companies and events giving presentations on how to better yourself and become the best you. Jim Rohn is a big influence in his professional career; Chip has worked with Tony Robbins for a handful of years as his international point man; and he loves Tim Ferriss' podcast (I mean, who doesn't?). Chip encourages people to find their lifestyle job. Find that "job" where, to you, it's not work. Find what you love and find a way to make money doing it. That's why he does what he does. He gets so much fulfillment from helping others and he feels very fortunate and blessed that he gets to do that as a career. One thing he points out is that, "people overestimate what they can do in a year, but underestimate who you can become in a decade." That stems from the thinking that nothing happens at once, but the decision to change DOES, and over time it makes a significant impact! Listen in to how Chip Gets Shit Done!