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The Creative Life Podcast : Creativity, Innovation and Inspiring Ideas | James Taylor

In 'The Creative Life' podcast, James Taylor reveals all of his creativity and innovation strategies and techniques so you can unlock your creativity and live 'The Creative Life'. As a leading creativity coach James teaches and interviews creative leaders on subjects including; how creativity works, the creative process, what is creativity, how to generate ideas, creativity exercises, creativity research, creative block, creative personality types, theories of creativity, creative thinking, educational creativity, divergent thinking, organizational creativity, creative cultures, and innovation. His work builds on other leading creativity experts including Julia Cameron, Sir Ken Robinson, Michael J Gelb, Eric Maisel, Scott Barry Kaufman, Twyla Tharp, Richard Florida, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Steven Pressfield, Tina Seelig, Josh Linkner and many others. James Taylor shows us how we can all learn to be more creative.
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Now displaying: September, 2016
Sep 29, 2016

In this episode of The Creative Life Podcast I talk with entrepreneur, coach and speaker Dale Callahan about finding your calling outside corporate America.

Dale Callahan is an entrepreneur, coach and speaker who helps people break out of the corporate rut by becoming a Company of One. His mission is to help others find freedom in their life and work while building their own businesses. As well as his role as an entrepreneur and coach, Dale is also a university faculty member at the University of Alabama at Birmingham where he leads the graduate program in Information Engineering and Management. He also has an awesome online course on building your own business.

Dale Callahan's 'Finding Your Calling' Show Notes:

  • On Leadership
  • Walking away from your expertise
  • Corporate lobotomy
  • Intrapreneurs
  • Company of One
  • Identifying internal customers
  • Understanding your value
  • Mastermind Groups
  • Figuring out the 'What'
  • Leaving corporate America
  • Using Slack

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ABOUT JAMES

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As a creativity expert Taylor is a frequent guest speaker at universities and international conferences. He has given keynotes and talks at Apple, Subscription Site Summit in San Francisco, the British Music Show in the UK and at several universities across Europe including University of Dundee in Scotland and University of Macerata in Italy. He is often called upon by media outlets to give his views on trends in creativity and innovation. He has been quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Columbus Dispatch, STV, Business Insider and San Jose Mercury News as well as featured on BBC TV and being the subject of a 30 minute program on his life for BBC Radio Scotland. As a host on shows about creativity and innovation he has interviewed legendary investor Maynard Webb (Yahoo.com, eBay.com & Salesforce.com board member) and New York Times best-selling writers Chris Guillebeau ($100 Startup), Rolf Potts (Vagabonding), Brand Cooper (The Lean Entrepreneur) and Ryan Holiday (Trust Me I’m Lying). James is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA).

Meet James at http://www.JamesTaylor.me

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ABOUT THE CREATIVE LIFE

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The Creative Life is a weekly self-improvement show full of #motivation, #inspiration, and #creativity strategies with creativity speaker and author James Taylor.

The Creative Life blog can be read at: http://www.jamestaylor.me

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Sep 29, 2016

In today's episode of The Creative Life Podcast I sit down with Los Angeles based guitarist and music educator Richard Smith to talk about following your creative dreams. In the interview Richard shares with us about the new projects that he is working on.

“Find your Passion. Lose your Fear. Dream Big. Talk Small and Work Hard. And in your dreams, so shall you begin.” – Richard Smith

 Richard Smith 'Creative Dreams' Show Notes:

  • Making lists
  • Following what you like doing
  • Being enthusiastic
  • Playing duet guitar and "in the pocket" playing
  • Working with a producer
  • Inspired by Chick Corea and Al Di Meola
  • Finding your audience
  • Austin Kleon

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ABOUT JAMES

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As a creativity expert Taylor is a frequent guest speaker at universities and international conferences. He has given keynotes and talks at Apple, Subscription Site Summit in San Francisco, the British Music Show in the UK and at several universities across Europe including University of Dundee in Scotland and University of Macerata in Italy. He is often called upon by media outlets to give his views on trends in creativity and innovation. He has been quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Columbus Dispatch, STV, Business Insider and San Jose Mercury News as well as featured on BBC TV and being the subject of a 30 minute program on his life for BBC Radio Scotland. As a host on shows about creativity and innovation he has interviewed legendary investor Maynard Webb (Yahoo.com, eBay.com & Salesforce.com board member) and New York Times best-selling writers Chris Guillebeau ($100 Startup), Rolf Potts (Vagabonding), Brand Cooper (The Lean Entrepreneur) and Ryan Holiday (Trust Me I’m Lying). James is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA).

Meet James at http://www.JamesTaylor.me

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ABOUT THE CREATIVE LIFE

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The Creative Life is a weekly self-improvement show full of #motivation, #inspiration, and #creativity strategies with creativity speaker and author James Taylor.

The Creative Life blog can be read at: http://www.jamestaylor.me

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Sep 21, 2016

In this episode of The Creative Life Podcast I talk with Cory Gregory and John Fosco, hosts of the Business and Biceps podcast, a show that helps people get stronger in business, fitness, and motivation. Cory is the co-founder of Sports Nutrition powerhouse MusclePharma and is a top trainer and leader on diet and nutrition. As a way to save for college, Cory worked as an underground coal miner until he opened a gym at the age of 20. Since then he has gone onto compete in some of the world’s biggest power lifting competitions, he has been featured on the cover of 11 fitness magazines, and was recently added to Arnold Schwarzenegger’s fitness advisory board. Meanwhile John Fosco is a serial entrepreneur and started Active8Media which has become an industry leading marketing agency for athletes and entertainers. A veteran in sports marketing, Fosco represents a number of popular UFC and MMA fighters. Together Cory and John are doing very creative and cool things.

 

 'Business and Biceps' Show Notes:

  • Business and Biceps
  • Crushing it
  • Learning from Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Starting a record label
  • Confidence
  • It's OK not to be an entrepreneur
  • How to build 700,000 Twitter followers
  • Finding a voice for your brand

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This is The Creative Life, James Taylor's weekly YouTube show.

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ABOUT JAMES

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As a creativity expert Taylor is a frequent guest speaker at universities and international conferences. He has given keynotes and talks at Apple, Subscription Site Summit in San Francisco, the British Music Show in the UK and at several universities across Europe including University of Dundee in Scotland and University of Macerata in Italy. He is often called upon by media outlets to give his views on trends in creativity and innovation. He has been quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Columbus Dispatch, STV, Business Insider and San Jose Mercury News as well as featured on BBC TV and being the subject of a 30 minute program on his life for BBC Radio Scotland. As a host on shows about creativity and innovation he has interviewed legendary investor Maynard Webb (Yahoo.com, eBay.com & Salesforce.com board member) and New York Times best-selling writers Chris Guillebeau ($100 Startup), Rolf Potts (Vagabonding), Brand Cooper (The Lean Entrepreneur) and Ryan Holiday (Trust Me I’m Lying). James is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA).

Meet James at http://www.JamesTaylor.me

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ABOUT THE CREATIVE LIFE

--------------------

The Creative Life is a weekly self-improvement show full of #motivation, #inspiration, and #creativity strategies with creativity speaker and author James Taylor.

The Creative Life blog can be read at: http://www.jamestaylor.me

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Sep 20, 2016

In this episode of The Creative Life Podcast New York based trombonist and member of The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Weston Sprott shares with us his tips on building the perfect music practise routine. Weston talks about the differences between being an orchestral player in U.S orchestras and in Europe orchestras and tells us at what point in his career he sensed that he wanted to teach.

“Practise more efficiently and also practise shorter time frames. If you practise too much, you put yourself at risk of injury. You have to be very careful to make sure that you’re doing an appropriate amount of work, that you’re always getting better and that you’re always prepared, but not so much that you may hurt yourself.” - Weston Sprott

'Music Practise Routine' Show Notes:

How orchestra schedules differ
How he got started on trombone
Practise routines and focus
Pomodoro Technique and time management
Trombone online teaching and You Tube
Knowing when to say "no"
Meaningful experiences

Favorite Tools:
TonalEnergy Chromatic Tuner and Metronome
forScore

Favorite Books:
Practice Perfect: 42 Rules for Getting Better at Getting Better by Doug Lemov
Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most by Douglas Stone


Join James's Facebook fans: https://www.facebook.com/jamestaylordotme

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This is The Creative Life, James Taylor's weekly YouTube show.

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ABOUT JAMES

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As a creativity expert Taylor is a frequent guest speaker at universities and international conferences. He has given keynotes and talks at Apple, Subscription Site Summit in San Francisco, the British Music Show in the UK and at several universities across Europe including University of Dundee in Scotland and University of Macerata in Italy. He is often called upon by media outlets to give his views on trends in creativity and innovation. He has been quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Columbus Dispatch, STV, Business Insider and San Jose Mercury News as well as featured on BBC TV and being the subject of a 30 minute program on his life for BBC Radio Scotland. As a host on shows about creativity and innovation he has interviewed legendary investor Maynard Webb (Yahoo.com, eBay.com & Salesforce.com board member) and New York Times best-selling writers Chris Guillebeau ($100 Startup), Rolf Potts (Vagabonding), Brand Cooper (The Lean Entrepreneur) and Ryan Holiday (Trust Me I’m Lying). James is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA).

Meet James at http://www.JamesTaylor.me

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ABOUT THE CREATIVE LIFE

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The Creative Life is a weekly self-improvement show full of #motivation, #inspiration, and #creativity strategies with creativity speaker and author James Taylor.

The Creative Life blog can be read at: http://www.jamestaylor.me

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Sep 16, 2016

In this episode of The Creative Life TV Show I talk about the myth of the creative journey and how it can hold us back from achieving joy in our creative work.

 

'The Myth of the Creative Journey' Show Notes:

  • Alan Watts
  • Life is not a journey
  • The analogy of life like music
  • Creativity as playful and curious
  • No destination

 

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This is The Creative Life, James Taylor's weekly YouTube show.

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ABOUT JAMES

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As a creativity expert Taylor is a frequent guest speaker at universities and international conferences. He has given keynotes and talks at Apple, Subscription Site Summit in San Francisco, the British Music Show in the UK and at several universities across Europe including University of Dundee in Scotland and University of Macerata in Italy. He is often called upon by media outlets to give his views on trends in creativity and innovation. He has been quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Columbus Dispatch, STV, Business Insider and San Jose Mercury News as well as featured on BBC TV and being the subject of a 30 minute program on his life for BBC Radio Scotland. As a host on shows about creativity and innovation he has interviewed legendary investor Maynard Webb (Yahoo.com, eBay.com & Salesforce.com board member) and New York Times best-selling writers Chris Guillebeau ($100 Startup), Rolf Potts (Vagabonding), Brand Cooper (The Lean Entrepreneur) and Ryan Holiday (Trust Me I’m Lying). James is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA).

Meet James at http://www.JamesTaylor.me

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ABOUT THE CREATIVE LIFE

--------------------

The Creative Life is a weekly self-improvement show full of #motivation, #inspiration, and #creativity strategies with creativity speaker and author James Taylor.

The Creative Life blog can be read at: http://www.jamestaylor.me

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Sep 14, 2016

In this episode of The Creative Life Podcast I talk with Yuri Cataldo, a Boston based entrepreneur, designer and Director of the Creative Entrepreneurship program at Emerson College. After training at Yale in set and costume design he founded IndigoH20, a multiple award winning bottled alkaline water which recently won best tasting water in the world. IndigoH20 has been featured at the Oscars, Golden Globes, the Emmy’s and in 60+ magazines. Yuri himself has been named as one of the 40 under 40 business leaders in his home state of Indiana for his work bootstrapping IndigoH20 and today he lectures at Princeton, Stanford and at art and entrepreneurship conferences. You can hear him each week when he hosts his podcast “Advance Your Art”, which focuses on the journey from artist to creative entrepreneur.

 

 'Creative Entrepreneurship' Show Notes:

  • Arts entrepreneurship
  • The myth of the starving artist
  • La Boheme and Rent
  • Starting again
  • Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss
  • How to pre-sell your creative work
  • The water business
  • Evaluating creative ideas
  • Advice from a NASA engineer

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This is The Creative Life, James Taylor's weekly YouTube show.

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ABOUT JAMES

--------------------

As a creativity expert Taylor is a frequent guest speaker at universities and international conferences. He has given keynotes and talks at Apple, Subscription Site Summit in San Francisco, the British Music Show in the UK and at several universities across Europe including University of Dundee in Scotland and University of Macerata in Italy. He is often called upon by media outlets to give his views on trends in creativity and innovation. He has been quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Columbus Dispatch, STV, Business Insider and San Jose Mercury News as well as featured on BBC TV and being the subject of a 30 minute program on his life for BBC Radio Scotland. As a host on shows about creativity and innovation he has interviewed legendary investor Maynard Webb (Yahoo.com, eBay.com & Salesforce.com board member) and New York Times best-selling writers Chris Guillebeau ($100 Startup), Rolf Potts (Vagabonding), Brand Cooper (The Lean Entrepreneur) and Ryan Holiday (Trust Me I’m Lying). James is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA).

Meet James at http://www.JamesTaylor.me

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ABOUT THE CREATIVE LIFE

--------------------

The Creative Life is a weekly self-improvement show full of #motivation, #inspiration, and #creativity strategies with creativity speaker and author James Taylor.

The Creative Life blog can be read at: http://www.jamestaylor.me

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Sep 14, 2016

In today's episode of The Creative Life Podcast I meet with London based concert violinist, wine aficionado and snowboarder, Yi-Jia (E Ja How) Susanne Hou who talks about the importance of creative commitment. Susanne also describes how she balances life despite a very busy touring schedule and why she is fascinated with wine and physics.

“No matter what you do, if it doesn’t feel right, you can’t do it well.” – Yi-Jia Susanne Hou

Yi-Jia Susanne Hou 'Creative Commitment' Show Notes:

  • Balancing being an artist and making choices
  • Committing to practising at age 4
  • Daily habits, the importance of fitness and posture
  • Chocolate obsession, food, wine and links with music
  • The Red Violin
  • Taking the right opportunities
  • Taking on roles within the music

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This is The Creative Life, James Taylor's weekly YouTube show.

--------------------

ABOUT JAMES

--------------------

As a creativity expert Taylor is a frequent guest speaker at universities and international conferences. He has given keynotes and talks at Apple, Subscription Site Summit in San Francisco, the British Music Show in the UK and at several universities across Europe including University of Dundee in Scotland and University of Macerata in Italy. He is often called upon by media outlets to give his views on trends in creativity and innovation. He has been quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Columbus Dispatch, STV, Business Insider and San Jose Mercury News as well as featured on BBC TV and being the subject of a 30 minute program on his life for BBC Radio Scotland. As a host on shows about creativity and innovation he has interviewed legendary investor Maynard Webb (Yahoo.com, eBay.com & Salesforce.com board member) and New York Times best-selling writers Chris Guillebeau ($100 Startup), Rolf Potts (Vagabonding), Brand Cooper (The Lean Entrepreneur) and Ryan Holiday (Trust Me I’m Lying). James is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA).

Meet James at http://www.JamesTaylor.me

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ABOUT THE CREATIVE LIFE

--------------------

The Creative Life is a weekly self-improvement show full of #motivation, #inspiration, and #creativity strategies with creativity speaker and author James Taylor.

The Creative Life blog can be read at: http://www.jamestaylor.me

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Sep 9, 2016

In this episode of The Creative Life Podcast I talk with entrepreneur, author and academic Mike Glauser about the rise of the "Main Street Entrepreneur".

Mike Glauser is an entrepreneur, business consultant and Executive Director of the Clark Centre for Entrepreneurship in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University. Over the past twenty years he has helped hundreds of students and entrepreneurs develop their business ideas and launch companies. His latest book, 'Main Street Entrepreneur', introduces a proven roadmap for starting and building a successful company. Michael got creative when researching for this new book. He interviewed 100 entrepreneurs during a 4,000 mile cross-country bicycle ride which took in more than 100 cities. He is also the co-founder of My New Enterprise, which provides online training and development for universities, colleges and government agencies.

Mike Glauser 'Main Street Entrepreneur' Show Notes:

  • New documentary
  • Half of all businesses being started by people over 50
  • Main Street vs. Silicon Valley
  • Bicycle Tour of America
  • Where ideas come from
  • User Entrepreneurs
  • Hygiene factors
  • Purpose driven business
  • Start With Why
  • Multiple streams of revenue
  • Portfolio of Products - Michael Porter

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This is The Creative Life, James Taylor's weekly YouTube show.

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ABOUT JAMES

--------------------

As a creativity expert Taylor is a frequent guest speaker at universities and international conferences. He has given keynotes and talks at Apple, Subscription Site Summit in San Francisco, the British Music Show in the UK and at several universities across Europe including University of Dundee in Scotland and University of Macerata in Italy. He is often called upon by media outlets to give his views on trends in creativity and innovation. He has been quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Columbus Dispatch, STV, Business Insider and San Jose Mercury News as well as featured on BBC TV and being the subject of a 30 minute program on his life for BBC Radio Scotland. As a host on shows about creativity and innovation he has interviewed legendary investor Maynard Webb (Yahoo.com, eBay.com & Salesforce.com board member) and New York Times best-selling writers Chris Guillebeau ($100 Startup), Rolf Potts (Vagabonding), Brand Cooper (The Lean Entrepreneur) and Ryan Holiday (Trust Me I’m Lying). James is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA).

Meet James at http://www.JamesTaylor.me

--------------------

ABOUT THE CREATIVE LIFE

--------------------

The Creative Life is a weekly self-improvement show full of #motivation, #inspiration, and #creativity strategies with creativity speaker and author James Taylor.

The Creative Life blog can be read at: http://www.jamestaylor.me

--------------------

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Sep 5, 2016

In this episode of The Creative Life Podcast Los Angeles based session drummer and drum educator Thomas Lang talks about learning how to practise and structure an effective practise routine. Thomas discusses the importance of patience, the dangers of "fame by proxy", and why its worth learning how to practise even before you learn how to play.

"Practising is for tweaking, adjusting and learning new things. Playing is applying what you’ve already practised.” – Thomas Lang

 Thomas Lang's 'Learning How To Practise' Show Notes:

  • Structuring practise as a learned skill, method and goals
  • Thomas' Practise Rules
  • Being patient
  • Resilience, grit and passion
  • Music is play
  • Working independently for your own career
  • Thomas Lang Drumming Boot Camp
  • Creating something out of nothing
  • Social media and connecting with people

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This is The Creative Life, James Taylor's weekly YouTube show.

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ABOUT JAMES

--------------------

As a creativity expert Taylor is a frequent guest speaker at universities and international conferences. He has given keynotes and talks at Apple, Subscription Site Summit in San Francisco, the British Music Show in the UK and at several universities across Europe including University of Dundee in Scotland and University of Macerata in Italy. He is often called upon by media outlets to give his views on trends in creativity and innovation. He has been quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Columbus Dispatch, STV, Business Insider and San Jose Mercury News as well as featured on BBC TV and being the subject of a 30 minute program on his life for BBC Radio Scotland. As a host on shows about creativity and innovation he has interviewed legendary investor Maynard Webb (Yahoo.com, eBay.com & Salesforce.com board member) and New York Times best-selling writers Chris Guillebeau ($100 Startup), Rolf Potts (Vagabonding), Brand Cooper (The Lean Entrepreneur) and Ryan Holiday (Trust Me I’m Lying). James is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA).

Meet James at http://www.JamesTaylor.me

--------------------

ABOUT THE CREATIVE LIFE

--------------------

The Creative Life is a weekly self-improvement show full of #motivation, #inspiration, and #creativity strategies with creativity speaker and author James Taylor.

The Creative Life blog can be read at: http://www.jamestaylor.me

--------------------

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Sep 2, 2016

In this episode of The Creative Life TV Show I look at creativity personality and if it is shaped more by nature than nurture.

'Creative Personality' Show Notes:

  • Nature or Nuture
  • Creativity and Intelligence
  • The Intelligence Trap
  • Creative Thinking Software
  • Investing in your creative thinking skills

Join James's Facebook fans: https://www.facebook.com/jamestaylordotme

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This is The Creative Life, James Taylor's weekly YouTube show.

--------------------

ABOUT JAMES

--------------------

As a creativity expert Taylor is a frequent guest speaker at universities and international conferences. He has given keynotes and talks at Apple, Subscription Site Summit in San Francisco, the British Music Show in the UK and at several universities across Europe including University of Dundee in Scotland and University of Macerata in Italy. He is often called upon by media outlets to give his views on trends in creativity and innovation. He has been quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Columbus Dispatch, STV, Business Insider and San Jose Mercury News as well as featured on BBC TV and being the subject of a 30 minute program on his life for BBC Radio Scotland. As a host on shows about creativity and innovation he has interviewed legendary investor Maynard Webb (Yahoo.com, eBay.com & Salesforce.com board member) and New York Times best-selling writers Chris Guillebeau ($100 Startup), Rolf Potts (Vagabonding), Brand Cooper (The Lean Entrepreneur) and Ryan Holiday (Trust Me I’m Lying). James is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA).

Meet James at http://www.JamesTaylor.me

--------------------

ABOUT THE CREATIVE LIFE

--------------------

The Creative Life is a weekly self-improvement show full of #motivation, #inspiration, and #creativity strategies with creativity speaker and author James Taylor.

The Creative Life blog can be read at: http://www.jamestaylor.me

--------------------

SUBSCRIBE

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