William Warren: CEO of Sketch Effect- How To Elevate Your Idea Through Story

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By Kingdom Capitalists and Ellis Hammond : Christian Entrepreneur | Cash Flow Enthusiast | Real Estate Investor. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Other Topics we discuss:

  • What William learned about building a great culture while working at Chick-Fil-a
  • Why successful companies make their customers the hero
  • William's journey to building sketch effect to an industry leader and seven figure business
  • How we can use our business to participate in the greater story of redemption

Guest Bio:

William Warren is an entrepreneur, illustrator, and writer who has spent his career using visuals to help communicate ideas in an effective enjoyable way. He is the Founder and CEO of The Sketch Effect, a Visual Communication agency that helps make ideas understandable and actionable through animation, live event sketching and graphic design.

The Sketch Effect is a growing, thriving company that lives comfortably at the intersection of art and business, balancing the left-brained world of action and results with the right-brained world of creativity and communication. The Sketch Effect’s client list includes top-tier brands such as Marriott, Walmart, Microsoft, Chick-fil-A, P&G, and Delta in addition to premier consultancies including Boston Consulting Group, Bain, Ernst & Young and Accenture.

The Sketch Effect has sketched for thought leaders such as Steve Wozniak, Brene Brown, Malala Yousafzai, Sheryl Sandberg, Andy Stanley, Peyton Manning, and more.

Important Links:

www.thesketcheffect.com

@thesketcheffect

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