The Get it Done Podcast is for those of us with entrepreneurial minds. The best way to embrace entrepreneurship and learn about it, is talking with and listening to those who have taken the leap. "Get it Done" means those business owners and leaders who do what it takes to quite literally get it done. This could relate to ensuring quality results for their clients/customers, reaching and surpassing business goals, building a sustainable company, or putting out life's daily fires. The guests of this show have gotten it done, and know what it takes to control their own destiny. Although they are from all walks of life, and all different industries, it is fun to see the different ways they approach business ownership, yet, all the similar principles they tend to share.
The Get It Done Podcast - Connor Gross
The Get It Done Podcast - Spencer Hilligoss
The Get It Done Podcast - Mike Scully
Mike Scully is the Founder/CEO of Lever Gear.
He designs products, get them manufactured, and then try to understand all the other stuff needed to legally and effectively run a business and get those products into people's hands. His wife is handles the marketing and social media.
The Get It Done Podcast - Andrew Savage
Andrew Savage is Founder/CEO of Suma Brands.
Suma Brands is a next-generation commerce platform focused on developing marketplace brands into household names.
The Get It Done Podcast - AJ Picard
AJ Picard is the Founder of Clava App.
Clava is a new Creator app helping Creators monetize through Live Streams that pay them per minute based off of each viewer in their Stream. The second one viewer starts watching their stream that Creator starts earning.
The Get It Done Podcast -Randy Ginsberg
Randy Ginsberg is an author and freelance content writer focused mainly on Web3, retail-tech, and related SaaS companies.
He published "Adversity to Advantage: How to Overcome Bullying & Find Entrepreneurial Success", a book that dives into the stories and psychology behind a group of highly diverse and successful entrepreneurs who were bulled in adolescence. He spent over a year and a half interviewing a handful of CEOs and creatives who were bullied as kids in an attempt to uncover how these experiences shaped their entrepreneurial journeys.
His work has been featured in places like Forbes, Newsweek, and Morning Brew, and I now share my insights with a wide audience of business leaders, students, and parents.
Joe is a great host- hits all the interesting points. Thank you Joe.