Welcome! You’re invited to explore and learn from Steve White’s events, media placements, and podcasts where he reflects on his leadership approach.
How do you go from the projects to the President of Comcast (#28 on the Fortune 500)? Listen to Steve White share his inspirational story of embracing extreme ownership and betting big, one courageous decision at a time!
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 handout.
Steve White points out a major reality of success, “Reaching the highest levels of success is never a straight line; the road to success is actually a crooked road; getting comfortable with uncertainty.”
How does a poor kid from the housing projects make it to the corporate boardroom? For Steve White, it’s the result of an uncompromising attitude and work ethic.
White not only pays it forward by helping local youth but also through writing a book to give others a guide for success. Also, his book is a thank you to everyone that had a positive impact on his life. He makes his author debut with the book titled Uncompromising, which is available now and can be purchased in audio and hardcover
Rather than giving into circumstances or setbacks, my mentors taught me to look at every challenge as an opportunity to improve myself and build the career I wanted. It wasn’t always easy, but it was always worth it.
Steve White shares how he refused to be a victim and how unwavering commitment leads to an impactful life on the Live Inspired Podcast with John O’Leary.
Steve White is a man with an inspiring life and an incredible legacy. He began his journey as the child of a single mother from the housing projects with obstacles set in the way of his success. And yet as a man of faith who embraced his “why,” he overcame the difficulties and is now one of the most successful Black leaders in the nation as the President of Comcast.