Joel Williams Processes For Life & Business, McDonalds Ideas, & Feel Good vs Real Good
Joel Williams and I met in college where we were roommates and both earned a degree in mechanical engineering. He then went on to earn a master’s degree in Materials Science from MIT, followed by an MBA from Harvard Business School. Moreover, he has worked in many industries including semiconductors, automotive, industrial chemicals, medical devices. Currently, he serves as President at a company called ILC Dover.
Beyond being ridiculously smart, he is also one of the calmest and most humble people that I know. I have been so impressed with the way he lives his life, both from a professional and a personal standpoint. I was deeply grateful that he agreed to spend an hour with me on the podcast sharing his wisdom. This episode is probably the least about the engineering of all the episodes we’ve done to date. Yet, it may be one of the most impactful to you as a listener both professionally and personally.
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