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Jun 17, 2019

Georgie-Ann Getton-Mckoy is an execution strategist, serial entrepreneur, community builder, speaker, author and diversity in tech enthusiast. She loves helping businesses and people become more productive, find creative solutions to their problems, and execute on their ideas, and she’s an expert at turning “dreamers” into “doers.” Her new book, “The Art of Getting Sh*t Done” was published in February 2019.

On this episode, Georgie talks about:

  • How, as a child, she became the go-to person for solving problems and getting things done within her family – a skill that she uses successfully as a serial entrepreneur
  • Why flexibility and choice cause so many businesses to procrastinate and lose productivity
  • How she found ways to use technology to become more productive, instead of letting it become a distraction
  • How a simple request to her network led her to create the Get Sh*t Done Summit, an annual conference that provides authentic, practical and actionable guidance for executing on your ideas
  • Why she wrote her book, "The Art of Getting Sh*t Done," where she shares her personal journey of entrepreneurship, life adventures, overcoming obstacles and figuring out how to make things happen with limited resources
  • How she learned the importance of prioritizing her mental health, especially as an entrepreneur
  • Her interest in exploring how nutrition can improve our health and productivity

Learn more about Georgie at her website www.Gsdwithgeorgie.com and @gsdwithgeorgie on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.