William Bowen is a catalyst for personal transformation. He has been featured on “Oprah,” NBC’s “Today Show,” ABC’s “World News Tonight,” CBS “Sunday Morning,” “Fox News,” “The Wall Street Journal,” “Newsweek,” “People,” “O,” “Self,” “Chicken Soup for the Soul” and in hundreds of media stories around the world.
A Complaint Free World, the non-profit organization he founded, has sent more than 10 million Complaint Free bracelets to 106 countries.
Will Bowen’s books have sold millions of copies around the world and he was a 2014 Audie Award Finalist for “Best Narration of a Personal Development book.”
Bowen regularly speaks to audiences presenting practical, life-changing programs for tens of thousands of people around the world.
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William Bowen is founder of the Complaint FreeⓇ movement with over 15 million followers worldwide.
Will’s been featured on Oprah, Forbes, NBC’s Today Show, CBS Sunday Morning, The ABC World News, Fox News, People, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, and Chicken Soup for the Soul.
In July 2006, Will Bowen handed out 250 purple rubber bracelets inviting people to use them as a tool to stop complaining.
Will’s idea EXPLODED around the world and, to date, more than 15 million of his purple Complaint Free bracelets have been distributed to people in 106 countries.
Maya Angelou provided the forward for Will’s #1 International Bestselling book A Complaint Free World, which has sold nearly 4 million copies in 40 languages and is required reading at many universities and businesses.
Thousands of companies worldwide have used Will’s Complaint FreeⓇ Business program to increase productivity, improve communication, and raise morale.
Will’s clients include The Million Dollar Roundtable, Pricewaterhousecoopers, Volvo, and Kimberly Clark.
Will Bowen is a humorous motivational speaker, a #1 International best-selling author, a multi #1 Amazon best-selling author, an award-winning trainer, the 2016 Purdue University Executive in Residence, and he’s the World Authority on Complaining — why people complain, what’s wrong complaining, and how to get ourselves and others to stop.
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