Mike Case: Retired CEO of Westervelt - Vertical Integration, Habits, and Mental Models

In this episode we discuss what Mike learned in his 17 years as CEO of The Westervelt Company. He explains his unique methods for looking at the world and solving problems. Through decades of reflection and learning, Mike has developed effective approaches for living a meaningful life.

Mike Case
July 1, 2020
95
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In this episode we discuss what Mike learned in his 17 years as CEO of The Westervelt Company. He explains his unique methods for looking at the world and solving problems. Through decades of reflection and learning, Mike has developed effective approaches for living a meaningful life.

Right now, Mike is engineering his retirement through learning, self improvement, and reflection.

Throughout the episode, we walk through his experience at Westervelt. We also take a dive deep on his thought processes about mental models, decision making, and developing good habits. 

Some Quick Facts About Mike:

  • Has been married for 41 years
  • Served on the Birmingham Board of the Federal Reserve Bank
  • Graduated from The University of Alabama with a masters in Marketing

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Louis Shulman
Co-Host of The Louis and Kyle Show

Louis is finishing his degree in computer science from the University of Alabama. He loves books, exercise, and internet challenges.