Mark Grosskopf, Part 2 Lessons from Tech CEO on Launching Startups – Episode 27

In Part 2 with Mark Grosskopf, we learn how Mark experienced incredible growth launching his technology consulting company, New Resources, after he acquired it from his partners. We learn about the obstacles he overcame to help New Resources achieve incredible growth, why one of his first acquisitions was a software company, his inflection point to…

Mark Grosskopf, Lessons from a Tech CEO on Launching Startups, – Episode 26

Mark Groskopf, is a proven entrepreneur and the CEO of New Resources Consulting and Westin Technology Solutions.  Mark believes that every company can be strengthened through technology and his companies are designed to provide and implement the technology that will provide that strength.  Mark is the youngest of 7 kids.  After his Dad was killed in an accident…

Success from Being Selfish and Liking My Grudges – Episode 25.5

In this video episode and podcast, I talk with Aleta Norris about two controversial topics that I firmly believe in, and have made me a better person and more effective leader because of it. ( Watch here https://youtu.be/hruF_CSF69Y ) First, I believe entrepreneurs need to be selfish, specifically with their time. As an entrepreneur, and…

10 Leadership Habits that Work, for Me at Least

There are so many people writing about Leadership these days that it feels close to impossible to know who’s right about what Leadership really looks like - and who’s not.  There are tons of varying opinions, and most sound convincing.  It’s everywhere.  There’s Leadership advice from Ex-Navy Seals, Corporate CEO’s, Unicorn Start-Up Founders, Shark Tank Celebrities and from…

Tom Bushkie, Hello Water, Making it Big in Beverages – Episode 25

Tom Bushkie, a serial entrepreneur and the Founder and CEO of Hello Water, the fiber infused, naturally flavored and non-carbonated water that is taking the nation by storm. Tom started his entrepreneurial path at College Pro Painters, where he took over a territory in Green Bay, WI while he was studying at UW Whitewater.  Tom’s older brother, Scott,…

George Satula, Building Leaders Who Build Companies – Episode 24

George Satula is a successful home construction entrepreneur, thought leader and Tec/Vistage Chair. George graduated from UW Milwaukee and started his career selling Koss Headphones in Michigan, followed by a short stint at Ross Labs, selling Similac baby formula. After being married to his wife, Wendy, George returned to Wisconsin and SBI Development Company, a…

Andy Nunemaker, A Master of Seizing the Opportunity – Episode 23

Andy Nunemaker is a legendary Milwaukee businessman, philanthropist and community leader. Andy started his career in the corporate world, working for SBC before attending Harvard Business School and GE, where he rose to become the CEO of GE Healthcare for Australia before shifting gears and helping found two companies, EM Systems in 2010 and Dynamis…

Andrew Haag, Lighting the Soul of A Company – Episode 22

Andrew Haag is a partner and Director of Sales with Lube-Tech and Partners, a distributor of petroleum products that was formed in 2016 when three family businesses joined forces. At that time, Andrew was the President of Moore Oil, a company that his father, Scott had purchased decades earlier and grown substantially. He and his…

We Hit a Milestone, Honoring Our Guests and What’s Next – Episode 21.5

Half of all podcasts have 14 or fewer episodes, and only 30% make it past the 21st episode. So in this 21st and half episode, we've gotten further than most podcasts, and we thank the amazing guests that joined us along the way. In this episode I give a quick shout-out to our guests of…