Ps Steve White kicks off our brand new series, 'Bold'. Together with his wife, they planted C3 Kingscliff over 20yrs ago and were Senior Ministers of C3 Monash for over 10 years. Now he coaches and mentors pastors throughout Australia. We pray that you will be blessed by this message.
Dive into the vast world of data with Steve White, Founder/CEO of Clarivoy, as he unravels the intricacies of handling 1 billion rows of data every month!In this episode, Paul Daly and Kyle Mountsier sit down with Steve White, the data maestro behind Clarivoy, to discuss the ever-evolving digital landscape in the automotive industry. Steve shares his journey from selling banner ads to becoming a pioneer in automotive search marketing, emphasizing the importance of first-party data and the challenges of the impending cookieless future.In a lighter vein, the trio also delves into fun anecdotes about hair maintenance for the bald and the serendipitous story of how Steve's book recommendation led to a significant event at ASOTU CON. This episode is a blend of insightful data discussions and delightful banter, making it a must-listen for anyone keen on understanding the digital shifts in the automotive world.Timestamped Takeaways:0:00 - Paul and Michael's humorous banter about hair maintenance.1:48 - Introduction to Steve White and his expertise in data.3:04 - Steve's entry into the auto industry and his early ventures.5:02 - The transition from selling banner ads to deep tech in auto.9:12 - The importance of first-party data and the challenges of a cookieless future.15:46 - Actionable steps for dealers to prepare for the digital shifts.20:44 - Steve's excitement about data collaboration and partnership opportunities.22:34 - The serendipitous story of how Steve's book recommendation led to a significant event at ASOTU CON.Steve White is the CEO and Founder of Clarivoy.⭐️ Love the podcast? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider including your LinkedIn or Instagram handle so we can thank you personally! We have a daily email! https://www.asotu.com ✉️ Sign up for our free and fun-to-read daily email for a quick shot of relevant news in automotive retail, media, and pop culture.
For most of Wales' sixty-plus years of surf culture, the idea we could have a world champion was beyond improbable. Not any more. Last winter, at Pismo Beach, California, Llywelyn 'Sponge' Williams broke the best record of them all - the first ever Welsh world surfing champion. This is an incredible tale, from the beaches and points of the Llŷn Peninsula to touring the world, and could it even one-day lead to an appearance at the Paralympics for this tiny surfing nation? Hear Llywelyn tell all in this moving interview with Tom and the WSF's Steve White.Produced by James Dodd & Tom AndersonArtwork by GS Design CoMusic Copyright James Dodd 2023
From humble beginnings to the apex of success, Steve White's compelling story unfolds in our latest installment of the Lead Culture Podcast. As the president and special counsel to the CEO of Comcast Cable, Steve's leadership journey is a testament to the transformative power of an unwavering work ethic and a clear purpose. Starting life in motel rooms assisting his single mother, he has ascended the leadership ladder, becoming a beacon of inspiration for many. This episode offers an inspiring conversation that underscores the value of perseverance, intention, and leading with purpose.How often do you find a leader who puts the needs of his team before his own? Steve White is that leader. His shift in focus to a more empathetic, team-centric leadership style provides valuable insights for everyone striving to be a better leader. We talk about recognizing opportunities, being present, and learning from feedback. Steve also shares experiences from his leadership journey, delving into how he found his purpose and how this unyielding commitment has been a cornerstone of his success.Leadership is not just about the highs, but also about navigating the lows. Steve shares his candid experience with the ups and downs of leadership. He presents tips for resilience, emphasizing the importance of developing a healthy perspective and an uncompromising attitude towards purpose. We also discuss the significance of 'road dog relationships' and how these relationships can contribute to personal growth and success. Tune in and learn how to armor up each day, lead yourself well, and, in turn, lead others better.We need your help to get the Lead Culture podcasts in front of more leaders! There are three simple things you can do that truly help us: Review us on Apple podcasts Subscribe - we're available wherever you listen to podcasts. Share - let your friends know about the podcast by sharing your favorite episode on social media!
Training Without Conflict® Podcast Episode Twenty-Eight: Steve WhiteThe latest TWC podcast features guest Steve White.Steve is a seasoned expert in K9 units from the state of Washington, accredited as a Master Trainer in 1993.He is a key figure at major Police K9 conferences.In addition to his extensive career in police K9 units, Steve is also a prominent figure in the force-free training community. Notably, he was a founding instructor at Karen Pryor's ClickerExpo, frequently presenting at various “Positive Only” events.Our conversation dives deep into various training methodologies, industry trends, and much more. This conversation is close to 4 hours, we had a lot to talk about and I hope you find it interesting too.Ivan Balabanov is a 2-time World Champion dog trainer, Ot Vitosha Malinois breeder, trainer of Premier Protection Dogs and founder of the revolutionary Training Without Conflict® dog training system.For more information about Ivan Balabanov and information on how to train your dog using the Training Without Conflict® system, check out: https://trainingwithoutconflict.comhttps://malinois.comhttps://premierprotectiondogs.com
TFTL Ep16 A Ring of People Dancing - 10/17/1983 - Lake Placid, NYMy guest, Steve White, is here to discuss seeing the Grateful Dead at Lake Placid, the Spud Hut, and much more.This episode is sponsored by ShakedownTshirts.com with unique lot-style T-shirts and gifts for Grateful Dead, Phish, Zappa, Panic, and more. All US orders over $35 Ship Free. Use code "Lot20" for 20% off any order. Support the show
In this podcast we discuss police dog training; including tracking training and the use of e-collars in police dog training. Steve White is a retired Seattle Police Canine sergeant and training supervisor. He is one of the leading pioneers for positive training methods for police K9 units and he is a popular training consultant and conference speaker. Join our in-person Introduction to Bikejoring event here: https://www.houndplus.com/collections/workshops/products/intro-to-bikejor-scootering-with-cat-le-chevalier
On February 13th, 1955 Orson Welles appeared on an episode of NBC's Anthology in salute to Abraham Lincoln. Directed by John Malcom Brennen, produced by Steve White, and announced by Harry Fleetwood, Anthology offered dramatic readings of famous and lesser-known plays. Its last episode aired on June 12th, 1955, coinciding with the launch of NBC's Monitor. On May 8th, 1955 at Caxton Hall in London, Orson and Paola Mori tied the knot. Welles was simultaneously finishing the editing on a film that would be called Confidential Report in Britain and Mr. Arkadin elsewhere. He cast Paola as Raina in the film. In Mr. Arkadin, American smuggler Guy Van Stratten gets a tip that Russian oligarch Gregory Arkadin, has a dark secret. Wanting to blackmail him, Van Stratten travels to Spain, striking up a friendship with Arkadin's daughter. The movie was shot throughout Europe in 1954, with scenes filmed in Spain, London, Munich, Paris, the French Riviera and at the Château de Chillon in Switzerland. The story was based on several episodes of The Adventures of Harry Lime and was originally released in Spain in October of 1955. Orson and Paola welcomed the birth of their daughter Beatrice Welles on November 13th, 1955. It was Welles' third daughter. By then, Welles was planning a return to the U.S.
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This week, we were thrilled to have Steve White join us for a riveting conversation about his incredible journey from a poor kid growing up in housing projects to becoming the President of Comcast's West Division and a recognized thought leader in corporate America. In this episode, Steve shares how his unwavering commitment to his 'why' and the influence of key mentors enabled him to consistently drive growth for his teams, leading them to deliver industry-leading results. He unpacks his guiding principles, including continuous learning, radical responsibility, and an unwavering commitment to excellence. Steve's hard-won insights are profound and practical, giving listeners a roadmap to living an impactful life that leaves a lasting legacy. Here are a few key takeaways from our conversation: The Importance of Knowing Your 'Why': Steve discusses how discovering his 'why' shaped his life and career, leading him to extraordinary professional and personal achievements. Uncompromising Pathways to Success: Steve shares his seven pathways to success that have guided him through his personal and professional journey. Making a Difference: From championing causes related to family and education to offering guidance and mentorship to others, Steve emphasizes the significance of giving back and paying it forward. Embracing Challenges and Overcoming Obstacles: Steve talks about embracing life's "crooked path" and using challenges as opportunities for growth and learning. The Role of Core Values in Leadership: Steve discusses the core values that have shaped his leadership style and how these values can foster a culture of excellence and inclusivity. Remember to check out Steve's book, 'Uncompromising: How an Unwavering Commitment to Your Why Leads to an Impactful Life and a Lasting Legacy,' which is now available on Amazon and wherever fine books are sold. About Steve White Steven A. White is an inspiring corporate leader, thought-provoker, and author of the book 'Uncompromising.' He served as President of Comcast's West Division for eleven years, leading almost thirty thousand employees, serving nearly eleven million customers, and driving annual revenue of almost $18 billion. Steve now serves as special counsel to the CEO of Comcast. A champion for family and education-related causes, Steve has served on several prominent boards, including Hormel Foods, W.W. Grainger, and Shaw Communications. His commitment to mentoring and guiding others extends beyond the professional realm as he inspires others to find their 'why' and make a lasting difference. Connect with Steve White Website: https://www.stevewhitespeaks.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/steve-white-inc/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stevewhiteinc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/stevewhiteinc
Visit us at shapedbydog.com Social media sensation and protection dog trainer Matt Folsom of Modern Malinois, joins me to chat about dog training. Matt is a skilled trainer dedicated to continual growth and uses luring to achieve brilliant results. Although we approach dog training with different methods for different reasons, including how our minds work, we have mutual respect and a lot in common in the way we create a great relationship with dogs and use the things individual dogs love as reinforcers. Enjoy this extract from our livestream celebrating 200 episodes of Shaped by Dog. In the episode you'll hear: • Why I want you to meet my friend Matt Folsom of Modern Malinois, master protection dog trainer. • How Matt's autism and my dyslexia influence our approaches to dog training, including luring vs. shaping. • The difference between Matt's luring mastery compared to typical luring and how he fades the lure. • Matt's philosophy on raising puppies, including why he does not want a professional puppy but a professionally trained adult dog. • Our shared philosophy on relationship first and using what a dog loves most to create brilliant behavior. • Why to push the boundaries when training dogs for their benefit. • About Matt's commitment to continually improving dog training and leaving tools like prong collars behind. • Insight on a training game that makes people say WOW and how it creates a dopamine release for dogs. Catch the 200 Episodes Celebration Replay and After Party Opportunities Click Here for the Livestream Replay, PDF Downloads and Special Online Program Opportunities - https://dogsthat.com/sbd-celebrate-episode-200/ Resources: 1. Modern Malinois on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@modernmalinois 2. DogsThat on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@dogsthat 3. Modern Malinois on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@modernmalinois 4. Modern Malinois Website - https://modernmalinois.com/ 5. Podcast Episode 50: Can Your Worst Challenge Make You a Better Dog Trainer? - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/50/ 6. Podcast Episode 175: Food Luring VS Shaping In Dog Training: How Science Changed How I Teach Dogs - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/175/ 7. Podcast Episode 196: Why Mastering Reinforcement Is The Linchpin To Reinforcement Based Dog Training - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/196/ 8. Podcast Episode 194: The Invisible Reason Your Dog Is Ignoring You - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/194/ 9. Podcast Episode 176: Why Your Dog's Emotions Are A Critical Element Of Dog Training - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/176/ 10. YouTube Video: Two Dog Training Experts 70+ Years of Experience Talk Reinforcement (Chat with Steve White) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azaRcHN2CUQ 11. Podcast Episode 174: Dopamine In Dog Training: Anticipation, Rewards, And The Transfer Of Value - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/174/ 12. Modern Malinois YouTube Live Video: Bitework with Matt Folsom - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUf7ge7teyU 13. Watch this Episode of Shaped by Dog on YouTube - https://youtu.be/327yASVbU4s
Dr. Steve White of 21C International shares on this mission and then gives us a glimpse into the power of God’s Word. For more information on 21C click here. The post Guest Speaker: Dr Steve White of 21C International appeared first on Faith Community Church Lakeside.
Today on the Dr. Patty Ann Podcast, we get to know the inspiring story of Steve White, who serves as President, Special Counsel, working with Comcast. Steve credits his success to investing in others. He learned this lesson when he was fired from his job as a sales manager for not caring for others. A higher-up executive, Darnell Martin, took Steve under his wing and helped him see his potential. This mentorship transformed Steve's life and career, leading him to where he is today. In this conversation, we talk about:
Join us as we dive back into our chronological study of the Gospel of John. Steve White is our guest preacher and shares the story of Nicodemus in John 3:1-15. What does it mean to be born again? How does this Truth change the way we live on a daily basis?
Steve White has more than 25 years of experience in the cable industry. He currently serves as the President and Special Counsel for Comcast. He is responsible for leading all operations, including sales, marketing, engineering, and customer service, across 15 states. Steve is also a prominent advocate for diversity and inclusion and has been recognized as one of the most influential Black executives in America. Steve joins us on The Wow Factor podcast to share his experiences and insights on leadership, diversity, and inclusion and how building a diverse and inclusive workplace contributes to the success of an organization. He discusses the challenges he faced while leading high-performance teams and how he overcame them. Steve also discusses his involvement with ACE Scholarships, an organization providing financial scholarships to low-income families, and why he believes education is critical to social mobility. "Everyone's watching the leader, and they pick up the habits of the leader." - Steve White "Everything starts with awareness." - Steve White "Education is about knowledge and awareness and reflection. It's not about two plus two; it's about why you've been placed on this earth." - Steve White This Week on The Wow Factor: Steve's background and how he got started in the telecommunications industry The importance of developing talent and creating a culture of innovation How Steve stays motivated and inspires others to achieve their goals The importance of setting clear expectations as a leader Strategies for building a diverse and inclusive workplace that values and leverages differences The role of communication in effective leadership and how to create a culture of trust and transparency The challenges of leading during a crisis and how to navigate through uncertainty and change The importance of mentorship and sponsorship in developing the next generation of leaders Strategies for managing stress and maintaining work-life balance in a fast-paced and demanding environment The impact of technology on leadership, and how to leverage it to drive innovation and growth Steve's involvement with ACE Scholarships and his thoughts on the importance of education in creating social mobility Steve White's Word of Wisdom: The five or six people we spend the majority of our time with are who we will become. So be careful how you select your friends, be careful who you spend your time with, and ensure they're pouring into you in a positive way. Connect with Steve White: Comcast Corporation Website Steve White Comcast on LinkedIn Connect with The WOW Factor: The WOW Factor Website Connect with Brad Formsma via email Brad Formsma on LinkedIn Brad Formsma on Instagram Brad Formsma on Facebook Brad Formsma on Twitter
Tuesday – Jim recaps some of the Oscar nominated films. Gannon Stokes comes in to talk about helping Steve White and remodel Porkies Original BBQ in Apopka. We review a Rick & Morty episode from Rauce for WYDTN. Rauce Thoughts on our favorite sauces. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.
We're excited to have Steve White on the podcast! If you don't know Steve, he's the Director of Sales at Peterman Brothers Heating, Cooling & Plumbing, based in Greenwood, IN. He's a growth-minded sales executive with a history in multiple sales industries who started out teaching in a sixth-grade classroom. His determination, expertise, and positivity within teams, management, and business relationships are some of the many reasons why Peterman Brothers is becoming an HVAC powerhouse!In this episode, get to know Steve's unique journey into the trades and leadership, what sets Peterman apart, and his approach to fostering and nurturing relationships between his employees, vendors, and customers. This episode is super fun, all about building positive relationships, and full of recruitment and training insight! Check this one out! What's the growth that you've had and the impact that you've made at Peterman as Sales Director?What does the follow-up in your sales process look like at Peterman?What sort of training is involved for the tech side of selling that blends with the comfort advisor side and business side to make it a holistic approach?How would you implement your process for a small business? When you have technicians or individuals scared to adapt to remote work technology, what do you say to them?What does it take to be a great leader with millennials in the workplace?Where did the Perfect Leader Concept come from?Where did the people you have in the leadership positions come from?What is the training process for getting someone into the business outside of HVAC? Who are you looking for, what are the qualities you're looking for and is it quality-based first or character-based first?What kind of exercises are you implementing in the hiring and training processes?How did your childhood experiences influence your ability to show up as a father and leader to your team?How do you get people to do affirmations within the business place?How have the relationships built with vendors and partners helped your sales team and comfort advisors with negotiating rates and getting what they need?Find Steve :On The Web: http://www.petermanhvac.com/Via Email: email@example.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/PetermanHVACIndianapolis/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepetermanbros/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@petermanbrosTwitter: https://twitter.com/petermanbrosYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5U2lm25aOcW8amjO8gs_QLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/steve-white-a7734851/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/petermanbros/Join Our Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/hvacrevealedPresented By On Purpose Media: https://www.onpurposemedia.caFor HVAC Internet Marketing reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-428-0662Sponsored By: Sera Systems: https://sales.sera.tech/hvac-revealed Chiirp: https://chiirp.com/hssr/Profit Rocket: https://callprofitrocket.com
HVAC Masters Of The Hustle would like to welcome Steve White into the Hot Seat on episode 206. On this episode Steve will talk about understanding the emotions of your team. Steve works at Peterman Brothers and manages roughly 70 Sales Professionals. This episode Steve talks about his roll and what it takes to run one of the Top Sales Organization in the HVAC space.
After 30 years with the Grand County Sheriff's Office – and 12 in the top job – Steve White is now entering retirement. Today on the news, White reflects on his tenure, including the cases that have shaped it. During his final week in office, the 2021 double homicide case that rocked the Moab community was declared closed. Retired Sheriff White talks about this case and others, as well as his personal history at the department. Plus, a preview of Tuesday's city council meeting from our partners at the Moab Sun News. // Show Notes: // Grand County Sheriff's Office Evidence Presentation 12/29/22 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqH8a4W3maA // Moab City Council Agenda 1/10/23 https://moabcity.org/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Agenda/1157?html=true
Here is a festive special featuring Don Powell of Slade fame talking to myself and my special guest Co-Host Steve White about the 1973 classic slade festive hit - Merry Xmas Everybody. This was taken from our chat with Don in the summer of 2020. Thank you to everyone who has watched, listened, shared, commented on or messaged me throughout 2022 - its appreciated! Merry Christmas & a very happy new year to you all!
What a delight to be joined by another huge talent - the Singer, Songwriter & Musician, Edgar Jones for this episode of The Paul Weller Fan Podcast... Also known as Edgar 'Summertyme' Jones, his musical path began in the early 90s, as frontman and founder of Liverpool band The Stairs, championed by the likes of Elvis Costello and signed to Go! Discs, then also the home of future collaborators Paul Weller and The La's. His other bands include The Isrites, The Big Kids, Edgar Jones & The Joneses and Free Peace. His 2005 solo album Soothing Music For Stray Cats was released to critical acclaim with Noel Gallagher commenting "It bent my head, man. It's probably one of the best records I have ever heard" and Mojo Magazine labelling it "A stunning collection of rock'n'roll, jazz, R&B and doo wop". Edgar has also played and toured with artists including Ian McCulloch, Saint Etienne and Ocean Colour Scene and of course, our podcast subject - Paul Weller. Edgar joined the Weller band to play bass for the Heliocentric tour in 2000 - including a very special performance at London's Royal Albert Hall - which featured Steve White and Steve Cradock, along with Edgar on bass and Chris Holland on keyboards. Legendary arranger, Robert Kirby also conducted a stunning 16-piece string orchestra, which accompanied the band on most songs. The performance was released as a 90-minute filmed performance on DVD. Edgar was also part of the band for the Jools Holland Lennon Special and a recording for The Who Tribute album... Find out more in the show notes for this podcast on my website and if you want to support the podcast financially, you can buy me a virtual coffee at paulwellerfanpodcast.com/store
The OTRNow Radio Program Thanksgiving Show-02The Abbott and Costello Show. November 23, 1944. NBC net. Camels. Lou goes over to Bud's house for Thanksgiving dinner. The cook is none other than Mr. Kitzel! Someone seems to have stolen Lady Jennifer's pearls. Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Ken Niles (announcer), Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Connie Haines (vocal), Artie Auerbach, Virginia Gordon (?). The Lone Ranger. November 25, 1953. Program #3256/2477. Syndicated. "Bob Haliday"/"Thanksgiving In Modoc City". Music fill for local commercial insert. Dan Reid appears in the story. He wants to travel west and spend Thanksgiving with his uncle John and Tonto. This program was rebroadcast on August 3, 1955. Brace Beemer, Fred Foy (announcer), George W. Trendle (creator, producer), Charles D. Livingstone (director), Betty Joyce (writer), Fran Striker (editor), John Todd. Father Knows Best. November 23, 1950. NBC net. Maxwell House Coffee, Post Wheat Meal. Thanksgiving without the kids is not much of a celebration. Robert Young, June Whitley, Rhoda Williams, Ted Donaldson, Ed James (writer), Bill Forman (announcer), Roy Bargy and His Orchestra.Anthology. November 21, 1954. WRCA, New York. Sustaining. A program in honor of Thanksgiving Day. Harry Fleetwood (host), Agnes Moorehead (recording), Steve White (producer), Draper Lewis (writer, director), The Fred Waring Glee Club (recording), The New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus (recording), James Pease (baritone, recording).Fibber McGee and Molly. November 19, 1940. NBC net. Johnson's Wax. Fibber and Molly take the train to visit Uncle Dennis. Jim Jordan, Marian Jordan, Harlow Wilcox, Billy Mills and His Orchestra, The King's Men, Don Quinn (writer), Bill Thompson, Harold Peary, Isabel Randolph. The Adventures Of Sam Spade; Detective. November 24, 1950. NBC net. "The Terrified Turkey Caper". Sustaining. Who's trying to kill Thom Turkey...on Thanksgiving Day?. Steve Dunne, William Conrad, Lurene Tuttle, William Spier (producer, editor, director), Lud Gluskin (music), Robert Armbruster (conductor), Dashiell Hammett (creator). The Great Gildersleeve. November 16, 1941. NBC net. Kraft Parkay. It's Thanksgiving, and Gildersleeve is trying to invite some soldiers to share his turkey. Earle Ross, Hans Conried, Harold Peary, Jim Bannon (announcer), Lillian Randolph, Lurene Tuttle, Walter Tetley, Billy Mills (composer, conductor, billed as "William Randolph")SOURCES: Wikipedia and The RadioGoldindex.com
Explore some of the ways data can help you navigate some of the challenges facing trucking fleets, from fuel economy to downtime to parking. This episode of HDT's Leadership Insights podcast is sponsored by, and produced in partnership with, Geotab. It's nearly impossible to compete and succeed in trucking without using data to keep your fleet productive and safe. And the past couple of years have brought new pain points or the resurrection of old ones, many of which also can be addressed using data. For some ideas on how data can help, HDT's Deborah Lockridge talks to Geotab's Steve White, business development manager, heavy truck, on topics such as: High fuel costs Do you know how much DEF you use? Dialing in to save dollars Maintenance savings Truck parking
On this Veteran's Day edition, Steve White tells his story from serving the US Army to transitioning to the civilian business world, and then to his current role as President of PuroClean. Steve is also a recent past chair of IFA's VetFran committee and shares the vision of this group as well as his thoughts on leadership, having a sense of mission, and the importance of Veteran's Day. Eric Johnson, Manager of VetFran is today's moderator. Special Guests: Eric Johnson and Steve White.
Join HITS K9 Radio host Jeff Meyer as he sits down with K9 instructor Steve White while they were both in Reno teaching at the Western States Police Canine Conference. Steve is a wealth of knowledge from 40+ years of training dogs and shares a variety of training ideas on this show. To contact Jeff Meyer, email him at: Jeff@HITSK9.net For more information about HITS K9 Seminars, go to www.HITSK9.net Would you like to have Jeff come to your area and teach a class or attend your K9 event? Jest email him at Jeff@HITSk9.net
https://bit.ly/3SCPMF3 YouTube Copy Every leader has a story to share - successes, failures, life lessons, and humps that they have to go through. Each story takes them to different turning points in their lives that ultimately define the history and legacy of their life. While the scope and the definition may vary, every leader wishes to go through the pathway of success and fulfillment. After all, who doesn't want to live a life in such a manner? To those that may be starting out in their leadership journey, or even to those that are seasoned veterans, there is always a lesson to be learned from the path of another leader who has gone through many challenges in their life - who have gone through many events, many experiences, and many pathways. In this episode, Steve White shares with us his remarkable journey from the housing projects to the board room and how he has come to the 7 pathways to success and fulfillment.
From growing up in Long Island, USA to picking up the sticks aged 4 to guesting with the Mercer Ellington orchestra at just 13 years old, to playing with Chuck Berry and then coming to London in the 1980s - it's fair to say that Jo Ruocco has had a pretty incredible journey in life. Her connection with Paul Weller kicks in with the final stages of The Style Council's 4th studio album Confessions of a Pop Group. At the time, Steve White had just left the band for The Jazz Renegades and Steve Sidelnyk had moved stateside (more on his incredible story in a future podcast...) - cut to a memorable answerphone message for Little Jo from Paul... Recording shortly afterwards at Solid Bond, you can hear Jo on drums and percussion for How She Threw It All Away and on the album closer Confessions of a Pop Group. The release of the 1234 EP in 1988 led with How She Threw It All Away for promo, but was billed as 'A Summer Quartet' - You can also hear Jo as part of The Mixed Companions playing I Do Like To Be B-Side The A-Side (written by Mick Talbot) and on Love For The First Time. Find out more in the shownotes for this podcast at Paulwellerfanpodcast.com/episode-113-little-jo-ruocco If you enjoy this episode of the podcast - please share on your social media channels - and leave a review and if you want to support the podcast financially, you can buy me a virtual coffee at paulwellerfanpodcast.com/store
➡️ Like The Podcast? Leave A Rating: https://ratethispodcast.com/successstory ➡️ About The Guest As President of Comcast's West Division for eleven years, Steve White created a culture defined by Working Together To Win Together. Driven by continuous learning, radical responsibility, and an unwavering commitment to excellence, Comcast's West Division became a pacesetter by delivering industry-leading results. Steve White was responsible for all Comcast Cable operations in the Western U.S., leading nearly thirty thousand employees, serving almost ten million customers, and driving annual revenue of nearly $18 billion. Steve launched his Comcast career in 1996 as Regional Vice President, invigorated by a successful tenure at Colgate-Palmolive where he managed the overall toothbrush business to register a 430% net sales increase. A commitment to his why and the influence of mentors enabled him to demonstrate consistent growth for his teams and divisions, which led to increasing leadership responsibilities. Today, Steve applies that same winning philosophy to his new post as President, Special Counsel to the CEO of Comcast. ➡️ Show Links https://www.instagram.com/stevewhiteinc/ https://twitter.com/stevewhiteinc/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevewhiteinc/ ➡️ Podcast Sponsors HUBSPOT - https://hubspot.com/ NORD VPN - https://nordvpn.com/successstory/ MANSCAPED - https://manscaped.com/ (Promo Code: 20success) ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Intro 04:07 - Steve White's origin story 08:15 - Why was “Uncompromising” the title of Steve's book? 09:27 - At what point in his life did Steve discover his purpose? 17:08 - What is meant by a “Table of Prosperity”? 20:12 - The tactics Steve White uses to manage his organization 27:09 - Best hiring tactics 31:26 - Focusing on the real prize and how it keeps you aligned with your purpose 33:32 - “Living life like a learning lab” 37:31 - The significance of Steve White embracing a crooked path in life 40:35 - How does Comcast look at innovation and evolution as an organization? 49:06 - Which path from Steve's book resonates with him the most? 54:23 - Where can people connect with Steve White? 55:49 - The biggest challenge Steve ever faced in his life 56:15 - The most impactful person in Steve White's life 56:42 - Steve White's book or podcast recommendation 57:28 - What would Steve tell his 20-year-old self? 57:59 - What does success mean to Steve White? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of the Gridiron Gals Podcast, Reeta and Chels discuss the latest in NFL and College Football News, including the lastest on the whereabouts of Tom Brady, Lamar Jackson and the importance of representation during contract negotiations, Scott Frost and his huge blunder, and a special farewell moment to the life and memory friend of the podcast and the Gridiron Gals, former Tennessee Vols and Tampa Bucs player Steve White.
Episode #73 with Steve White Over 40 years of mostly K9-centered law enforcement career, Steve White is the only person to have served as a handler, trainer, and supervisor for the Seattle Police Canine Unit. Accredited as a Master Trainer in 1993 by the Washington State Police Canine Association, Steve is also a past executive board member of that body. He served as vice president of the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers, and is a consultant and instructor for the K9 Academy for Law Enforcement. Steve has instructed at seminars in the U.S., Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Finland, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, and the United Kingdom. He has served as a primary instructor for Karen Pryor's ClickerExpo and the Karen Pryor Academy for Animal Training and Behavior. His articles have appeared in police K-9 and dog training publications in the U.S., Canada, Australia, Finland, and Japan. He specializes in teaching behavior modification, tracking, and scent work through the use of positive reinforcement-based operant conditioning. He provides consultation and training to K-9 units on administrative and legal issues, and has been recognized as an expert witness by Washington and federal courts in Police K-9 and dog behavior matters. Steve now has his business www.proactivek9.com email Steve@proactivek9.com CDTA URBAN TRACKING SEMINAR WITH STEVE WHITE, PROACTIVE K9 OCTOBER 8 & 9, 2022 Show Sponsors: Sci K9 Home of the TADD and NOTA http://www.scik9.com Getxent: Training absorbent tubes for all your odor needs http://www.getxent.com Precision Explosives: Get all your safe and REAL training odors (no permits needed) http://www.pre-exp.com Sheepdog Guardian: All your K9 Legal information and updates. http://www.sheepdogguardian.com Ford K9: All your Detection Dog learning needs at one spot. http://www.fordk9.com
Steve Pilgrim - drummer, singer & songwriter joins me on this episode of the podcast. Another huge talent from the Paul Weller band. Paul is quoted as saying on Steve: "One of the great understated modern songsmiths. I love Pilgrims voice, his lyrics, his sense of melody. I hope people get to hear his music, it's really something special” Ex-The Stands, Cast, John Power and John Head, Steve joined the Paul Weller band in 2008 for the 22 Dreams tour ( following on from drumming legends Steve White and Rick Buckler when you think about it! - something that we discuss on the podcast). Steve has been a key fixture of the band ever since. Both live behind the kit - touring the world multiple times - and on record from Wake Up The Nation through to Fat Pop. As Andy Lewis said on the podcast, "Steve is a better singer-songwriter than he is a drummer, and he's a fantastic drummer..." Our podcast begins with a text from Paul Weller that was the only inspiration Steve Pilgrim needed to finish the writing of his much-anticipated sixth album ‘Beautiful Blue'... Find out more in the show notes for this podcast with a very special Pilgrim Playlist at paulwellerfanpodcast.com/episode-109-steve-pilgrim If you enjoy this episode of the podcast - please share on your social media channels - and leave a review and if you want to support the podcast financially, you can buy me a virtual coffee at paulwellerfanpodcast.com/store
Executive Director, Steve White, sits down with resident expert Dr. Carl Cadwell to discuss health, nutrition, and how to be the healthiest at 100. Dr. Carl Cadwell is the founder of Cadwell Labs here in Kennewick Wa and our resident health expert here at The Pacific Clinic. Dr. Cadwell and Steve White have been friends and colleagues for many years. Dr. Cadwell continues to give solid, educated information and advice to all of us here at The Pacific Clinic. Dr. Cadwell is an avid pickleball player and water skier. At the youthful age of 78, Dr. Cadwell shows no signs of stopping his typical action packed day! He is a perfect example of our motto- "Play Hard, Live Well"
Steve White, Guest Speaker, continues the series "Immovable" with "Jesus Is Still The Son Of God." Connect with Mt. Gilead OnlineWebsite: http://bit.ly/mgchurchwebFacebook: http://bit.ly/mgchurchfbTwitter: http://bit.ly/mgchurchtwitterInstagram: http://bit.ly/mgchurchinstagram
Why do we need to be uncompromising? In this episode of Incorporating Superpowers, host Justin Recla welcomes Steve White, the President Special Council to the CEO of Comcast leading 30,000 people. He ran a section of Comcast that did 18 billion in revenue. And now, he has written a book about his journey called Uncompromising. Steve's message is that we all need a hand up, not a hand out. Tune in to learn how being uncompromising together with an unwavering commitment to your “why” leads to an impactful life and lasting legacy.
Cadan takes us through his masters thesis which covers the long and often misunderstood history of the drum kit. His studies included interviews with Thomas Lang, Daniel Glass, Steve White, Matt Brennan and many more which he shares in this episode. The title of his thesis is "From Double Drumming to Double Bass Drums" and we not only discuss many historical elements along the way, but the process in which he researched and documented topics which have no living primary sources and have multiple theories. Here is Cadans website for more info: https://cgidrummer.com/
At 3PM on Sunday, May 30th, 1954, Anthology signed on NBC. Directed by John Malcom Brennen, produced by Steve White, and announced by Harry Fleetwood, Anthology offered dramatic readings of famous and lesser-known plays. Memorial Day weekend's episode featured Agnes Moorehead reading “Barbara Fritchie,” and Frank Lovejoy and Bing Crosby performing “The Man Without a Country.” Anthology would air into June of 1955 when it was canceled in favor of the debuting Monitor. For more information on that, tune into Breaking Walls episode 116.
With Mother's Day upon us, today's guest is a marvelous example of what's possible with the love from a powerful mom. As one of four boys raised by a single mother, Steve White's life could easily have taken a different path. Instead, armed with his mother's determination that her sons make a better life for themselves and his own refusal to be shaped by his circumstances, Steve forged a path to extraordinary professional and personal achievement. Today, Steve shares lessons from every stage of life, and the people who influenced him along the way to form this overarching message: An uncompromising life is one where you stay true to what is important to you, what you believe in, and what you love. You'll leave this conversation ready to discover what matters most and where you can make the biggest difference. Did you enjoy this conversation? You'll love our curated playlist celebrating mothers. Listen to the Mother's Day playlist here.
How do we create a winning culture combining 21st century leadership with old school principles? That's one question host Jeffrey Hayzlett asks Steve White on this episode of All Business. He's the President & Special Counsel to the CEO at Comcast Cable and he's also here to discuss his journey to reach the American Dream, 7 tips for discovering our purpose & why getting fired was the best thing that happened to him. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Steve White went from humble beginnings in the midwest to the C suite of Comcast's West Division. The journey was littered with hard won lessons on leadership and the habits required to create massive success. After driving revenue of nearly $18 billion, he's learned what it takes to achieve organizational success and personal significance. He unveils how he achieved his vision and how you can too. Behind His Brilliance: Effort and Attitude Say hi to Steve on Twitter: @stevewhiteinc