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…

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…

Dan Steininger, A CEO, Moving Mountains Every Day – Episode 17

Dan Steininger's new book, “Moving Mountains Every Day” contains a collection of the unique experiences and wisdom he’s gained throughout his long and varied career as a lawyer, CEO, Harbor Commissioner, Columnist and Non Profit Leader.  He’s also the grandson of Daniel Hoan, a legendary former Mayor of Milwaukee, who’s legacy continues to live on…

Tim Dodge, A CEO Making Traction In Creative – Episode 10

Tim Dodge is the CEO of Hanson Dodge Creative, a dynamic Milwaukee based design & marketing company that has been inspiring consumers and delivering transformational business impact for leading brands on a global scale for more than 30 years. Tim recalls how, as a kid, it all started with the Flinstones – that is he and his brothers watching the cartoon…

A Goal Achievement Framework That Works

Here’s the thing about goals for me. Ask almost anyone if they have goals and the answer will be a definitive “Yes.” Ask them to show them to you, and you’re very likely to get a blank stare. Why? As humans, we’re uniquely designed to have goals, because we’re the only species (at least that…