Make Bold Things Happen with Steven Rosenberg

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Episode Summary –

In this episode, Ann Carden is joined by Steve Rosenberg, who shares his unique networking approach and career transition. They delve into key lessons from Steve’s book “Make Bold Things Happen” and discuss strategies for overcoming fear. They also touch on the pandemic’s impact on businesses, redefine personal success, and explore the concept of quitting. Towards the end, Steve shares how to live your best life and the power of recognition.

Key Moments:

  • Networking should be approached with the mindset of helping others without expecting immediate returns, fostering genuine connections rather than transactional relationships.
  • Embracing change and stepping out of one’s comfort zone is crucial for personal and professional growth, as it allows individuals to explore new opportunities and learn from their experiences.
  • Success is subjective and should be measured by one’s own standards of happiness and fulfillment in all areas of life, rather than solely by wealth or status.

About Steve:

Steve Rosenberg is an experienced executive and innovator leader known for his expertise as a Chief Operating Officer and his exceptional networking skills. As the Principal at the GSD Group, he provides fractional CEO and COO services, project management, and philanthropic advisory support. Steve is also the author of the inspiring book “MAKE BOLD THINGS HAPPEN,” sharing valuable insights on networking and career advancement.

Currently, he serves as the Interim CEO for Golden Slipper Camp, Club, and Charities, while also working with various NGOs in Israel and the United States, focusing on philanthropic advisory and strategic planning. Steve runs a successful mentorship program for private small and mid-sized firms, helping them unlock the potential of their newest employees.

Previously, he held key leadership roles, including Chief Operating Officer and Interim CEO of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, where he led operational efforts during the challenging COVID-19 pandemic. Steve’s experience extends to the National Constitution Center, where he served as Vice President of Marketing and Communications. He also founded a sports and entertainment company called Myriad Associates, working with renowned organizations such as the NHL and Disney.

Steve holds a sports management degree from the University of Maryland and actively serves on the boards of multiple civic and nonprofit organizations. He is passionate about youth-based initiatives, volunteers his time, and has been an adjunct professor at Temple University. Originally from Pittsburgh, Steve now resides in Center City with his wife, dedicating himself to making a positive impact on the community.

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