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.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
Episode 38 - Michele Meyer
"You realize what matters is how you treat people and the quality of life (you live)." - Michele Meyers Michele Meyers is probably the most punctual person you'll ever meet. She has said herself she has an "unmarred" history of being on time! Despite her always being on time, Michele is most known for her skills in writing. She has written for several companies across many industries such as major airlines like Delta, American Airlines, United, and Southwest; the major credit card providers MasterCard, Visa, and American Express; and several in the fashion industry companies such as JCPenny, Shany Cosmetics, Caviar Affair Magazine, Allure, and People. She began writing short stories and poems at the ripe age of 3 and hasn't looked back since! Michele has always been the reporter type, always wondering what makes things tick. Her advice to writers is, "The moment you’re interested, start writing and start reading…it doesn’t have to be printed, but the more you write, the better you get at it; and the more you read the better writer you are.” Find out how this well-traveled writer Gets Shit Done on the Get Shit Done Chat!Read more »