Doing the Impossible

At Getting Shit Done, we pride ourselves on our flexibility, open-mindedness and creativity. If you’ve been looking high and low for help, but just can’t find that special someone, then give GSD a call. While corporate services and administrative support might be our specialties, 20 years providing service to a variety of sectors and disciplines has given us a breadth of knowledge that can be turned top almost any task. We like to call ourself the masters of doing the impossible.

We back ourselves to complete any task, even if it seems impossible. If you want to move offices in a day, we can organise it. If you need to organise uniforms for an entire staff of 250 in a week, we can facilitate it. We call ourselves activators, because we turn thoughts into action. All you have to do is tell us what you need, and we’ll start putting steps in place to make it happen.

We are passionate about any task and we bring positive energy into everything we do. Nothing ever feels like a chore, so we do everything to the best of our ability. People who simply check off tasks aren’t working to their full capacity; their only desire is to finish, not to excel. We never accept this at GSD. That’s why we can achieve the impossible—because nothing is impossible if you keep your eye on the big picture.

So, if there’s something you’ve always wanted to do but thought it was impossible, get in touch with the activators. If you want to organise a fair in your local town or a charity concert we can help you make it happen. If you want to organise a street party full of exotic food, we’ll liaise with the vendors, and if you want to organise a fashion show for handmade clothes, we’ll get the venue and the entertainment sorted.

People are capable of achieving extraordinary things if they leave their minds open to the possibility of achieving it. As soon as you say something is impossible you stop doing. That’s why we call ourselves the masters of doing the impossible because we never stop doing until we’ve achieved the impossible.