I sit down with my long-term client and CEO of Illusion Projects, Tim Clothier, to discuss how he’s been stepping up his CEO game during our years of working together. We cover his magic power of jumping back and forth between creative and CEO, what hadn’t been working in his business, what he had to release to see better results, and what he’s doing now to stay on top of his game and run a successful international business.
What You'll Discover In This Episode:
This was an awesome discussion with Tim I hope you enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!
[clickToTweet tweet=”It’s really wonderful to have somebody that can, not just back you up, but help steer. The CEOs are steering the ship. Now I’ve got a second person that can grab the wheel. ~ Tim Clothier” quote=”It’s really wonderful to have somebody that can, not just back you up, but help steer. The CEOs are steering the ship. Now I’ve got a second person that can grab the wheel. ~ Tim Clothier”]
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About My Guest:
Passionate about creating amazing things, Tim is the founder of Illusion Projects, Inc., a technical design, engineering and fabrication firm that specializes in making and sharing incredible things. Currently in its 11th year, Illusion Projects works with companies including Cirque Du Soleil, Disney and Blue Man Group and performers from Gene Simmons of Kiss to David Copperfield.
Tim invents, designs and engineers stage sets, experiential marketing displays, special effects and illusions for production shows, museums, art installations, television, Broadway, theme parks and special events in 26 countries across the globe.
Tim has taken the company from small beginnings to a global resource for those looking to create the amazing, the intriguing and the unusual. Illusion Projects is staffed with a management team, design team, fabrication team and board of advisors.
Tim’s passion is projects that are unique and challenging. He has a firm belief that he and his team can take on impossible challenges. Within his company, Tim promotes an attitude of creative problem solving and blending imaginative and technical thinking.
Tim is a designer, fabricator, consultant, writer and speaker. He is a husband and a proud father. He is also pretty good at loading the dishwasher.]