Bubbler Executive of the Week

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:56 am

Mark Goldstein, president of Mark J Goldstein S.C. in Milwaukee

Name:    Mark Goldstein
Title: President and Attorney
Company: Mark J. Goldstein S.C.
Company address: 7177 North Port Washington Road, Suite 200, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217
Company website: www.mjglegal.com
Industry: Legal, Labor & Employment, Corporate, Human Resources
Education: BA, University of Wisconsin – Madison (1989); JD, University of Wisconsin (1994)
Family:  Wife, Stephanie, and three daughters ages 7, 10, and 13
Hobbies and Interests: Travel, running, biking, snowshoeing, puzzles, kites, disc golf, non-fiction books, and just about anything with the kids.
Favorite book and/or movie: “As to books, perhaps not my all-time favorite but one to which I keep referring as of late: “On Bullshit,” and movies of distinctly different genres To Kill a Mockingbird, The Usual Suspects, The Princess Bride, and The Blues Brothers.”
Favorite musician/band: Van Morrison, Bach
Favorite place to visit/vacation: Northern Wisconsin, Amalfi Coast, Italy
Favorite local restaurant: Transfer Pizzeria
Words to live by: “Common sense is not so common’ – Voltaire and Kindness does not equal weakness.”
What is your core philosophy for doing business? “To be of service. To be a positive force and problem solver and to be true to the noble heritage of the legal profession.” Who is your role model and why? “Fletch, a top notch investigative reporter, but didn’t take himself too seriously.”
What was the funniest thing that has ever happened to you? “Just about any time the kids put me in my place. On our Hawaii honeymoon, driving more than four hours to see the Seven Sacred Pools, only to learn from the official sign that they are neither seven nor sacred.”
“A few years back, a friend and I were motorcycling around Lake Superior. We were traveling up Highway 61 and I became lost in the beautiful scenery and Bob Dylan on the radio. As we pulled into a rest stop, I came in a little too fast and dumped my bike. I had been preoccupied turning down the volume on the radio, so as not to disturb the others at the rest stop. No injuries, but it reminded me of the importance of prioritizing.”

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