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E170 || Steve Bruszer || Bad Company Corrupts Good Character

March 04, 2024 Season 5 Episode 9
E170 || Steve Bruszer || Bad Company Corrupts Good Character
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E170 || Steve Bruszer || Bad Company Corrupts Good Character
Mar 04, 2024 Season 5 Episode 9

This week we are privileged to sit down with Steve Bruszer, the President of Spring Valley Construction Company.  Part of what makes the podcast so special is hearing people's stories, and do we have a few stories to tell this week.

From growing up in a "three flat" in Chicago to finding construction, Steve weaves a narrative that speaks to his roots and what made him the success that he is today.  One of this striking things about Steve's story is the number of individuals he specifically called out by name who were by his side all along the journey, coming full circle back to a group of friends that he grew up with back in Chicago and a book about their childhood.

We hope you enjoy getting to know Steve more in this week's episode!

|| Show Notes ||

Breaking the Chain: A Story About Friendship, Life, and Football, by Mike Bertok
https://amzn.to/3IkQzqr

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|| Connect with Us ||

Check out all our episodes on all major streaming platforms, and further engagement with the 17Twenty crew on social media at:

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Grab your copy of the Mountain Mover Manual: How to Live Intentionally, Lead with Purpose, and Achieve Your Greatest Potential, by Kevin Carey

Originally in print:
https://amzn.to/441OPeH

And now available on Audible:
https://adbl.co/45YIKB2

Show Notes

This week we are privileged to sit down with Steve Bruszer, the President of Spring Valley Construction Company.  Part of what makes the podcast so special is hearing people's stories, and do we have a few stories to tell this week.

From growing up in a "three flat" in Chicago to finding construction, Steve weaves a narrative that speaks to his roots and what made him the success that he is today.  One of this striking things about Steve's story is the number of individuals he specifically called out by name who were by his side all along the journey, coming full circle back to a group of friends that he grew up with back in Chicago and a book about their childhood.

We hope you enjoy getting to know Steve more in this week's episode!

|| Show Notes ||

Breaking the Chain: A Story About Friendship, Life, and Football, by Mike Bertok
https://amzn.to/3IkQzqr

We'd love to hear from you! Send us a text message here!

|| Connect with Us ||

Check out all our episodes on all major streaming platforms, and further engagement with the 17Twenty crew on social media at:

https://17twenty.buzzsprout.com/
https://www.linkedin.com/company/17twenty
https://www.instagram.com/17twentypodcast

Grab your copy of the Mountain Mover Manual: How to Live Intentionally, Lead with Purpose, and Achieve Your Greatest Potential, by Kevin Carey

Originally in print:
https://amzn.to/441OPeH

And now available on Audible:
https://adbl.co/45YIKB2