Keynote Speaker & Creativity Expert
Founder, C.SCHOOL and SpeakersU
James Taylor in my view of the world is a consummate nomad. An amazing speaker and mentor who has a real deep desire for sharing his wisdom with others. The latter being a masterful attitude of those living with a nomadic mindset.
I am grateful to have James on the show as my first guest of The Nomadic Mindset to share his voice on speaking, the need to be nomadic as a speaker when it comes to creativity and much more. You may be wondering who is James. Here is the start of getting to know him.
James is an award-winning speaker and internationally recognized leader in creativity and innovation. For over 20 years, he has been teaching entrepreneurs, educators, corporate leaders, writers and rock stars how to build innovative organizations and design the creative life they desire.
As the founder of C-SCHOOL™ and host of The Creative Life Podcast and TV Show, he’s taught thousands of individuals in over 120 countries through his online courses, books, videos and keynote speeches.
After advising some of the world’s most creative individuals and companies, ranging from Grammy-award winning music artists and best-selling authors to Silicon Valley startups and innovative multi-nationals, James designed a framework for creativity that helps individuals and organizations achieve exponential growth.
His clients have included Apple, Yamaha, Sony, Bertelsmann and Johnson & Johnson as well as high profile 1-on-1 coaching clients. As an in-demand creativity expert, he has been featured in countless media outlets and was the subject of a 30 minute BBC documentary about his life and work.
He was awarded the S.D. Southern Prize from Canadian energy services company ATCO and ‘ONTRApreneur of the Year” from U.S. business automation leaders ONTRAPORT.
Along with that he is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (F.R.S.A.) whose Fellows have included global innovators and leaders including President Benjamin Franklin, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Bob Dylan, Adam Smith, Nelson Mandela and Professor Stephen Hawking.