Mike Starr: How can college students make their ongoing journey of being better automatic?

Mike Starr managed a successful $100 million dollar a year manufacturing business. He is an avid adventurer who climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro & canoed 54 days from Pittsburgh to New Orleans. He is an executive life coach, former nuclear trained submarine officer, & seasoned problem solver. Mike empowered dozens of business improvement teams with “one simple question” to clearly identify obstacles & implement lasting solutions. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a B.S. in E.E. He is active in the NAMI & Al-Anon communities & has been married for 44 years; he lives in Conway, AR.

In episode 445 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why he and a friend canoed 1850 miles from Pittsburgh to New Orleans, what it was like to go on a hitchhiking Odyssey for 5 months, how his time in the Navy impacted his life, why the foundation for success lies with conviction with our values, how organizations can do what we say we will do, why language is so important, what is “betterism” as described in his book “Journey into Peace”, and how college students can design habits and routines to be better automatically. Enjoy! 

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-k3f10b17K8