SuperCreativity Podcast with James Taylor | Creativity, Innovation and Inspiring Ideas

James Taylor

In the SuperCreativity™ podcast, creativity expert and innovation keynote speaker James Taylor interviews leading thinkers, innovators and performers and has them reveal their strategies and techniques to help you unlock your own creative potential. If you enjoy listening to conversations with creative thinkers, innovators, entrepreneurs, artists, authors, educators, and performers then you’ve come to the right place. Each week we discuss their ideas, life, work, successes, failures, creative process and much more. As a leading creativity and innovation keynote speaker James teaches and interviews creative leaders including Seth Godin, David Allen, Jonathan Fields, Amy Edmondson, Amanda Palmer, Chris Guillebeau, Tommy Emmanuel, Eric Ries and Donald Miller 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, Todd Henry, Jeff Goins, 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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Maxine Bedat: Fashion Industry’s Impact On Climate Change- #313 I’m James Taylor and you’re listening to the super creativity podcast a show dedicated to inspiring creative minds like yours. This month witness cop 26 in Glasgow a summit that brings the world together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement, and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. To mark the occasion, we decided to record a special series of the super creativity podcast that will focus on sustainability and climate change. For this series, I’ll be joined by a co-host for the first time ethical futurist, lawyer, engineer, actor, jazz singer, and sustainability keynote speaker Allison burns. Together, we’ll be having conversations with leading thinkers on topics as diverse as sustainable food, fashion, and ESG. Those environmental, social, and governance issues affect business today. Our guest this week is Maxine Beda, the founder, and director of the new standard institute a think and do tank dedicated to turning the industry into a force for good. She is a former lawyer and the co-founder of the ethical fashion brand, ZD. She is also an ambassador at the Rainforest Alliance and has spoken at the World Economic Forum, the United Nations, and the Clinton Global Initiative. Her groundbreaking book unraveled chronicles the birth and death of a pair of jeans, and at the same time, exposes the fractures and global supply chains and our relationship to each other, ourselves. And the planet. Enjoy the show. So Maxine, fantastic to have you with us today. 

Nov 30

35 min 7 sec

Animal Ethics Tony Milligan is an author and academic whose main research area is ethics with a particular focus upon otherness are the humans are the creatures are the places, and how the shift between here and there alters our sense of what matters. In addition to his books on space ethics, including the ethics of space exploration, and nobody owns the moon, his other writings have looked at the topic of animal ethics. He believes his work on space exploration is actually closely connected to an understanding of what it takes to be human, what it is like to see ourselves as part of a moral community, and the associated duties that we may have to humanity. He is currently a senior researcher in philosophy of ethics with the cosmological visionaries project at King’s College London. In addition to his own books, he has also been published in a number of academic and popular journals, including philosophy ratio, the Journal of Applied Ethics, think, and philosophy now, please welcome onto the show. Tony Milligan.

Nov 25

48 min

I’m James Taylor and you’re listening to the super creativity podcast a show dedicated to inspiring creative minds like yours. You’ve probably don’t realize this but every working day you replay and reenact complex dynamics and relationships from your past. Whether it’s confusing an authority figure with the parent avoiding conflict because of a past squabble with siblings, or suffering from imposter syndrome, because of the way your family responded to success when it comes to working, we’re all trapped in our own upbringings and the patterns of behavior we learned while growing up. In her debut book, The Man Who Mistook His Job For His Life fantastic title, business psychotherapist Naomi Sugai will make you reevaluate how you think about yourself and your working life. Naomi has more than 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist and family therapist in private practice and now specializes in helping businesses and individuals resolve psychological obstacles that cause work-related problems. As a freelance journalist, she has also written for the times the Guardian and since 2008, has been a regular contributor to The Financial Times where she writes predominantly quite psychological aspects of working life. Please welcome to the super creativity podcast, Naomi Shragai.

Nov 16

28 min 20 sec

Embracing Digital Disruption Now, we’re all told we need to embrace digital disruption to thrive in the 21st century. But how can legacy companies and new startups blend both digital and traditional business functions to achieve long-term competitive advantage? That’s the question my guest today set out to solve in his new book, The brains and brawn company, venture capitalist and Stanford Graduate School of Business lecture, Robert Siegel shows that while important digital is only part of the answer, it’s not never the only part the only answer. In fact, many, many large companies are successfully countering young upstarts in new creative ways while startups are learning a thing or two from the legacy businesses, Robert Siegel has done extensive research on companies such as Google Schwab ABN Bev stripe, and Survey Monkey. It’s my great pleasure to have him on the show today. Welcome, Robert.

Nov 10

25 min 46 sec

This week sees the start of COP26 in Glasgow, a summit that brings the world together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. To mark the occasion we decided to record a special series of the SuperCreativity podcast that will focus on sustainability and climate change. For this series I’ll be joined by a co-host for the first time, Ethical Futurist, lawyer, engineer, actor, jazz singer, and sustainability keynote speaker Alison Burns. Together we’ll be having conversations with leading thinkers on topics as diverse as sustainable food, fashion, and ESG, those environmental, societal, and governance issues that affect business today.   Our guest this week is originally from Catalonia but is now a resident in the UK. Jordi Casamitjana is a vegan zoologist specializing in animal behavior, who has been involved in different aspects of animal protection for many years (working for organizations such as The Born Free Foundation, Wild Futures, The League Against Cruel Sports, CAS International, the International Fund for Animal Welfare and PETA UK). In addition to scientific research, he has worked as an undercover investigator and animal welfare consultant. Some of his professional achievements include the closure of several zoos, securing the first successful prosecutions of illegal hunters under the Hunting Act 2004, and his participation in the banning of bullfighting in Catalonia. Jordi, who has been vegan since 2002, recently become well-known for securing the legal protection of all ethical vegans from discrimination in Great Britain in a landmark legal case that was discussed all over the world. Jordi is also an author of a novel titled “The Demon’s Trial” under the pen name J.C. Costa in which he explores many of the dilemmas animal protectionists face. He is also the author of Ethical Vegan: A Personal and Political Journey To Change The World. In our interview, we discuss the future of plant-based foods, sustainable diets, and Jordi’s love of wasps! Enjoy the show.

Nov 3

40 min 18 sec

The Travel Writing Tribe Travel can be one of the greatest things you can do to spark your creativity and curiosity. I spent much of the Pandemic lockdown reading books about countries that I wanted to visit when the world opened up again. That’s how I discovered today’s guest. Tim Hannigan is a writer and academic, and the author of several narrative history books, including ‘A Brief History of Indonesia’ and the award-winning ‘Raffles and the British Invasion of Java’. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Leicester and has led various workshops on travel writing and creative non-fiction as well as designing and writing the travel writing module for the Open School of Journalism. In his latest book, ‘The Travel Writing Tribe’ Tim sets out in search of this most venerable of genres, hunting down its legendary practitioners and confronting its greatest controversies. Is it ever okay for travel writers to make things up, and just where does the frontier between fact and fiction lie? What actually is travel writing, and is it just a genre dominated by posh white men? What of travel writing’s queasy colonial connections? In this wide-ranging interview, we discuss travel, creativity, and ecotourism. Enjoy the show. https://www.jamestaylor.me/travel-writing-308/  

Oct 26

41 min 1 sec

Professor Dan Breznitz is known worldwide as an expert on rapid-innovation-based industries and their globalization, as well as for his pioneering research on the distributional impact of innovation policies. He is a University Professor and Munk Chair of Innovation Studies, in the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy with a cross-appointment in the Department of Political Science of the University of Toronto, where he is also the Co-Director of the Innovation Policy Lab. In addition, he is a Fellow of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research where he co-founded and co-directs the program on Innovation, Equity, and the Future of Prosperity. In today’s episode I talk with Dan Breznitz about his latest book Innovation In Real Places – Strategies For Prosperity In An Unforgiving World and the lessons leaders, politicians, and policymakers can learn from innovative places as diverse as Shenzhen in China, Brenta in Italy, and Tel Aviv in Israel. Enjoy the show.   https://www.jamestaylor.me/innovative-cities-307/ ‎  

Oct 21

47 min 2 sec

You have a terrific idea—an amazing product, an incomparable service, a bulletproof business model—and you know it is so powerful that it could change a life, a market, or even the world. There’s just one problem: others can’t or don’t see its power… yet. That's what my guest on today's show can help you with.  Tamsen Webster has spent the last twenty years helping experts drive action from their ideas. Part message strategist, part storyteller, part English-to-English translator, her work focuses on how to find and build the stories partners, investors, clients, and customers will tell themselves—and others. Tamsen honed her expertise through work in and for major companies and organizations like Johnson & Johnson, Harvard Medical School, and Intel, as well as with startups that represent the next wave of innovation in life science, biotech, climate tech, fintech, and pharma. She’s a professional advisor at the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship and a mentor for the Harvard Innovation Labs. She’s also served for over eight years as executive producer and idea strategist for one of the oldest locally organized TED Talk events in the world (TEDxCambridge). In our discussion, we talk about how to make your big ideas irresistible and storytelling for non-storytellers. Enjoy the show.   https://www.jamestaylor.me/how-to-make-your-big-ideas-irresistible-306    

Aug 3

41 min 54 sec

My guest today believes that it is time to rethink the way we make innovation happen. He argues that innovation doesn’t come from an algorithm; it comes from the personal creativity of individuals. And creativity is not a gift for the chosen few—it is a process that can be learned. Jeff DeGraff is the Professor of Management and Organizations at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. He teaches MBA, EMBA, BBA, and Executive Education courses on leading creativity, innovation, and change. Jeff’s mission is “the democratization of innovation.” and he brings innovation to a global audience through his books, his public television program (Innovation You), columns (Inc.), and radio program (The Next Idea). In his new book The Creative Mindset, Jeff and his co-author Stanley DeGraff introduce six essential creative-thinking skills: Clarify, Replicate, Elaborate, Associate, Translate, and Evaluate, or CREATE. Sequenced as steps, these skills simplify and summarize the most important research on creative thinking and draw on over thirty years of real-world application in some of the most innovative organizations in the world. In our discussion, we talk about cognitive range, creative renaissance, and how to develop a creative mindset. Enjoy the show.   https://www.jamestaylor.me/how-to-develop-a-creative-mindset-305

Jun 14

31 min 17 sec

When Marcus Whitney moved to Nashville in 2000, he was a college dropout with a one-year-old and a baby on the way. He waited tables and lived in a week-to-week efficiency hotel. From the outside, Marcus looked like the furthest thing from a budding entrepreneur. But inside, he knew entrepreneurship was his path to a better life. Two decades later, Marcus has founded two innovative companies in the healthcare space, exited a tech marketing company, and co-owns Nashville’s new Major League Soccer team. In his new book Create and Orchestrate, Marcus walks you through his unlikely journey from waiting tables to building companies. He demystifies much of what keeps people from pursuing entrepreneurship and explains why it’s the only vocation that allows you to control your time by using your creativity. When you control your time, you can claim your full power by matching up what you’re great at with the problems you see in the world. In our discussion, we talk about Creative Power, entrepreneurship as a vehicle for your creativity, and the three values for being a successful creative entrepreneur. Enjoy the show. https://www.jamestaylor.me/how-to-claim-your-creative-power-through-entrepreneurship-304  

May 25

33 min 50 sec

Paradigm shifts in business, known as inflection points, can either create new opportunities or present new threats. Those leaders who can “see around corners” and spot these inflection points before they happen, can position themselves for success. Columbia Business School professor and innovation keynote speaker Rita McGrath’s latest book ‘Seeing Around Corners” shows how you can anticipate, understand and capitalize on the key inflection points in your industry.  In our discussion, Rita McGrath and I talk about the dangers of leader isolation, how companies like Adobe use little bets and the Kickbox concept to spark innovation, and why many big company innovations flop. We also discuss ‘webs of inclusion’ and the future of executive education. Enjoy the show. – Business Strategy: Seeing Around Corners https://www.jamestaylor.me/business-strategy-seeing-around-corners-303  

May 18

30 min 58 sec

Numbers don’t lie - but they often mislead us. From health risk to financial decisions, it can be hard to understand statistics because they are often presented to us by ‘experts’ who misinterpret the data. In his book Risk Savvy, Professor Gerd Gigerenzer shows us all how we can make better decisions by becoming better-informed citizens and able to judge risk for ourselves. Professor Gigerenzer is Director of the Center for Adaptive Behaviour and Cognition at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin and former Professor of Psychology at the University of Chicago. He is the author of several bestselling books on heuristics and decision making including Reckoning with Risk. In our discussion, we talk about heuristics and how your quest for certainty can hold you back from taking creative risks. Professor Gigerenzer also shares why intuition or ‘gut feeling’ has such a bad reputation in the business world even though it is essential for successful decision-making in times of uncertainty. Enjoy the show.   https://www.jamestaylor.me/heuristic-decision-making-301

May 12

36 min 12 sec

Instead of shooting for a $10 billion IPO or a Nobel Prize, the most prolific innovators focus instead on Big Little Breakthroughs – small creative acts that unlock massive rewards over time. By building a daily habit of creativity, organizations not only enjoy a high volume of small wins, but the daily practice of micro-innovations is the fastest route to discover the massive breakthroughs we seek. In his new book ‘Big Little Breakthroughs, innovation keynote speaker and New York Times bestselling author Josh Linkner shows how ordinary ideas can fuel extraordinary results. Josh is a Creative Troublemaker who passionately believes that we all have incredible creative capacity. He has been the founder and CEO of five tech companies, which sold for a combined value of over $200 million. Today, he serves as Chairman and co-founder of Platypus Labs, innovation research, training, and consulting firm. Josh is also a passionate Detroiter and a great jazz guitarist. Josh and I discuss the difference between creativity and innovation, how the creative process works, creative problem solving, and the three types of innovation. Enjoy the show.  https://www.jamestaylor.me/creativity-vs-innovation-301/

May 4

28 min 42 sec

What does it take to accomplish the impossible? What does it take to shatter our limitations, exceed our expectations, and turn our biggest dreams into our most recent achievements? These are the questions that our guest today has sought to answer in his new book The Art of the Impossible: A Peak Performance Primer. Steven Kotler is a New York Times-bestselling author, an award-winning journalist, Executive Director of the Flow Research Collective, and one of the world’s leading experts on human performance. He is the author of nine bestsellers including The Future is Faster Than You Think, Stealing Fire, The Rise of Superman and Bold and Abundance which were co-authored with Peter Diamandis. His work has been nominated for two Pulitzer Prizes, translated into over 40 languages, and has appeared in over 100 publications, including the New York Times Magazine, Wired, Atlantic Monthly, Wall Street Journal, TIME and the Harvard Business Review. Steven and I discuss extreme innovation and the role that motivation, learning, creativity and flow play in it. He also shares his perspective on the ROI of reading books and his Five Not-So-Easy Steps for Learning Almost Anything. Enjoy the show.   https://www.jamestaylor.me/the-art-of-the-impossible-a-peak-performance-primer-300

Apr 27

41 min 29 sec

When in their lives do artists produce their greatest creative work? By examining the careers of great painters, poets, novelists, and movie directors my guest today offers a profound new understanding of creativity. Using a wide range of evidence, Professor David Galenson shows in his book ‘Old Masters and Young Geniuses’ that there are actually two fundamentally different approaches to innovation; experimental innovators and conceptual innovators. David W. Galenson is Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago; Academic Director of the Center for Creativity Economics at the Universidad del CEMA, Buenos Aires; and a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research. David and I discuss why some creative artists achieve success early in their lives while for others it requires decades of painstaking frustration and experimentation. We also learn how your most creative work may be ahead of you. Enjoy the show. - Old Masters and Young Geniuses: The Two Life Cycles of Artistic Creativity   https://www.jamestaylor.me/old-masters-and-young-geniuses-the-two-life-cycles-of-artistic-creativity-299

Apr 21

34 min 42 sec

Studies show us that companies earn higher margins, inspire greater client loyalty, attract and retain the best talent, and gain a competitive edge when their people collaborate across functional boundaries. Yet most firms have carved up their highly specialized, professional experts into narrowly defined practice areas, and collaborating across these silos is often messy, risky, and expensive. These are just some of the challenges addressed by Harvard University Professor Heidi K. Gardner in her Washington Post bestseller Smart Collaboration - How Professionals And Their Firms Succeed By Breaking Down Silos. Heidi K. Gardner, Ph.D., is a Distinguished Fellow at Harvard Law School’s Center on the Legal Profession and Faculty Chair of the school’s Accelerated Leadership Program and Sector Leadership Masterclass. Previously she was a professor of Organizational Behavior at Harvard Business School and has been named by Thinkers 50 as a Next-Generation Business Guru. Today we talk about the power of smart collaboration, complex problem solving, diversity and inclusion and the two types of trust.

Apr 14

41 min 37 sec

What does it mean to be creative? Is creativity uniquely human or artificial intelligence be considered creative? These are just some of the topics explored by Marcus du Sautoy in his new book The Creativity Code: Art and Innovation In The Age of Artificial Intelligence.  Marcus du Sautoy is the Charles Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science at the Oxford University, a chair he holds jointly at the Department of Continuing Education and the Mathematical Institute. He is also a Professor of Mathematics and a Fellow of New College. He was made a Fellow of the Royal Society in 2016 and Esquire Magazine chose him as one of the 100 most influential people under 40 in Britain. In 2009 he was awarded the Royal Society’s Faraday Prize, the UK’s premier award for excellence in communicating science, and in 2010 he received an OBE for services to science.  Technology has always allowed us to extend our understanding of being human. But will artificial intelligence actually enable us to create in different ways? And could recent developments in machine learning also mean that it is no longer just human beings who can create art? Marcus du Sautoy and I discuss this and more.   Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook

Apr 7

38 min 28 sec

For many of us, the last time we learned a new skill was during childhood. Today we live in an age that looks up to any kind of expertise but looks down on the beginner. Upon entering adulthood and middle age, we begin to shy away from trying and learning new things, instead preferring to stay with the tried and tested. Tom Vanderbilt is a writer who covers the worlds of design, technology, science, and culture. A contributing editor of Wired (U.K.), Outside, and Artforum, you may have read his articles in The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone, or The New York Times Magazine. In 2008 his book Traffic, which looked at why we drive the way we do (and what it says about us), became a New York Times bestseller. His latest work is called Beginners: The Joy And Transformative Power of Lifelong Learning and seeks to explore the curious power of lifelong learning. In the book, he asks the question: why are children the only ones allowed to experience the inherent fun of facing daily challenges? In fact, it is just possible that we could all benefit from embracing new skills, even if we’re initially hopeless? In the book Tom sets out to find the answer, setting himself the goal of acquiring several new skills under the expert tuition of professionals, including drawing, juggling, surfing and much more. Malcolm Gladwell said that ‘Beginners belongs on the list of books that have changed the way I understand my own limitations. Tom and I discuss the value of having a beginner’s mind, Takumi’s, traveling on a journey of not knowing, and why having intellectual humility opens us up to new experiences.

Mar 30

36 min 18 sec

What is the case for developing creative thinking skills? How can we teach creativity in schools? Do schools kill creativity? Recently the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (or PISA), a global academic benchmark for measuring and comparing the academic performance of children across many countries, decided it should also measure creativity. Over the years educators including Sir Ken Robinson, Edward de Bono, and Ellis Paul Torrance have spoken and written about how to teach creative thinking. A new voice has entered this conversation, Dr. Cyndi Burnett. Dr. Cyndi Burnett is the co-director of Creativity and Education, an online platform designed to help educators and parents bring creativity into their classrooms and homes. Nearly 100,000 people have now taken her online course on Everyday Creativity which is available on Coursera, making it one of the most popular creativity courses on the platform. She has also held the position of Associate Professor at the International Center for Studies in Creativity at SUNY Buffalo State and prior to becoming an academic, Cyndi was a professional actress.    Cyndi and I discuss the science of creativity, Julia Cameron’s ‘The Artist’s Way", the Torrance test, and the latest academic research on creativity.   Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook

Mar 23

35 min 15 sec

What could a lacemaker have in common with vascular surgeons? A Savile Row tailor with molecular scientists? A fighter pilot with jazz musicians? At first glance, very little. But Professor Roger Kneebone, who has been called the expert on experts, has spent a lifetime finding the connections and recently published these in a new book called Expert: Understanding The Path To Mastery. In Expert, he combines his own experiences as a doctor with insights from extraordinary people and cutting-edge research to map out the path we're all following - from 'doing time' as an Apprentice, to developing your 'voice' and taking on responsibility as a Journeyman, to finally becoming a Master and passing on your skills. As Kneebone shows, although each outcome is different, the journey is always the same. Professor Kneebone directs the Imperial College Centre for Engagement and Simulation Science and the Royal College of Music - Imperial College Centre for Performance Science. His first career was as a surgeon, operating on trauma patients in southern Africa. He then changed direction, becoming a general practitioner in southwest England. Now, as an academic at Imperial College London, he researches what experts from different fields can learn from one another. His unorthodox and creative team includes clinicians, computer scientists, musicians, magicians, potters, puppeteers, tailors and fighter pilots. Expert is his first book for a general readership. Whether you're developing a new career, studying a language, learning a musical instrument or simply becoming the person you want to be, Professor Kneebone’s ground-breaking research and book reveals the path to mastery. Roger and I discuss how anyone can become an expert, the future of work, improvisation skills, thread management, innovation, ZPD theory, and why having expertise and being an expert isn’t necessarily the same thing. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook

Mar 16

1 hr 10 min

Automation and AI: How it will affect the future of work. – #293 In this episode: Automation and AI: How it will affect the future of work. The difference between enabling and augmenting technologies. The impact of cities and alcohol prohibition on innovation.  Which skills we should all be developing in this new age. Carl Benedikt Frey’s latest work ‘The Technology Trap’ takes a sweeping look at the history of technological progress and how it has radically shifted the distribution of economic and political power among society’s members. As Carl Benedikt Frey shows, the Industrial Revolution created unprecedented wealth and prosperity over the long run, but the immediate consequences of mechanization were devastating for large swaths of the population. Middle-income jobs withered, wages stagnated, the labor share of income fell, profits surged, and economic inequality skyrocketed. These trends, Frey documents, broadly mirror those in our current age of automation. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook

Mar 9

34 min 8 sec

My guest today is Seth Godin. Seth is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, and speaker. In addition to launching one of the most popular blogs in the world, he has written 19 best-selling books, including The Dip, Linchpin, Purple Cow, Tribes, This Is Marketing, and What To Do When It's Your Turn (And It's Always Your Turn). His latest book is The Practice: Shipping Creative Work. Brian Koppelman, co-producer and co-creator of the hit TV show Billions says that The Practice “is a skeleton key specially molded to unlock the most creative version of you. Read it, and find yourself free to be who you know you really are.”  Godin’s work covers a range of subjects, from the post-industrial revolution to being remarkable, and from the spread of ideas to knowing when to quit. He introduced the concept of “permission marketing” in the early days of the internet – recognizing and respecting the power of the consumers. A champion of talent, Godin proclaims that lack of creativity in the post-industrial world means we should all treat our work as a form of art. In 2013, Seth was one of only three professionals inducted into the Direct Marketing Hall of Fame. In an astonishing turn of events, in May 2018, he was inducted into the Marketing Hall of Fame as well. He might just be the only person in both. Seth and I talk about how he found his voice as a writer, non-attachment, Seth’s creative process, why diversity matters, and better ways to learn and ship creative work in a post-industrial world. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook

Mar 2

34 min 56 sec

I'm James Taylor. And this episode is going to be a little bit different. I'm going to let you into coming backstage, behind the scenes, there are some changes, big changes we're making here. And I want to give you the reasoning behind them. And I want to share with you some exciting developments, some exciting things that are going to be coming up really soon Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook

Mar 1

12 min 25 sec

In this episode we learn from Robin Colucci on The Four Bestselling Book Structures Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Robin Colucci is an entrepreneur, author, and writing coach whose clients have been traditionally published by companies including Random House, Doubleday, John Wiley & Sons and Hay House. Robin has studied some of the best-selling books in the world, the ones that have sold hundreds of thousands and even millions of copies. She discovered there are only four bestseller blueprints or book structures that these bestsellers use and we’ll be learning about those today. In this episode, we cover: - The Four Bestselling Book Structures - The organized list - The traditional outline - The narrative book Resources: - Official Website - http://robin-colucci.com/ - 5 Reasons You Might Need A Book Deal - https://robincolucci.com/book/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL290: The Four Bestselling Book Structures must have appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/the-four-bestselling-book-structures-cl290/

Dec 2020

46 min 26 sec

In this episode we learn from Derek Murphy on Creating A Great Book Cover. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook For the past decade, Derek been devoted to helping authors build a huge platform quickly to crush their book launches. But he also knows more than is good for someone about guerrilla marketing, getting thousands of followers or email subscribers, and starting a profitable online business. Now that he's done with his Ph.D., he writes dark fantasy and runs writing retreats in castles. He also creates online courses to help indie authors publish better books with less time and money. In this episode, we cover: - Creating A Great Book Cover - The role of the book cover - Book design colors - Writing to market Resources: - Recommended Book: Perennial Seller by Ryan Holiday - Recommended Tools: AI Writer, iPad, Bluetooth Keyboard - Official Website - https://www.creativindie.com/ - Free Guerilla Publishing Book - https://www.creativindie.com/gp/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL289: Creating A Great Book Cover must have appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/creating-a-great-book-cover-cl289/

Dec 2020

56 min 36 sec

In this episode we learn from Sha Nacino on The three keys every author must have. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Sha Nacino is a trusted global speaker on gratitude, happiness, and productivity, a Jack Canfield Certified Trainer on Success Principles, and a prolific author of 12 books. She is recognized as a Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM), the highest award given by Toastmasters International to its members worldwide. A student to some of the world’s best teachers — Bo Sanchez, Brian Tracy, Jack Canfield, and Tony Robbins — Sha loves to write books and teach people how to write books through The 90-Day Book Writing Challenge which she shares at shanacino.com/write. To date, Sha has addressed thousands of audiences from more than 26 countries globally. In this episode, we cover: - Her formula for writing a book - The three keys every author must have - How to write a book in 90 days Resources: - Recommended Book: The ONE Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan -https://www.amazon.com/ONE-Thing-Surprisingly-Extraordinary-Results/dp/1885167776 - Recommended Tools: Evernote, Ideabank - Official Website - https://www.shanacino.com/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL288: The three keys every author must have appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/the-three-keys-every-author-must-have-cl288/

Dec 2020

42 min 57 sec

In this episode we learn from Stephanie Chandler on How To Get Book Reviews. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Stephanie Chandler is the author of several books including The Nonfiction Book Marketing Plan and The Nonfiction Publishing Plan. She is also founder and CEO of the Nonfiction Authors Association, a vibrant educational community for experienced and aspiring writers, and the Nonfiction Writers Conference, an annual event conducted entirely online. In this episode, we cover: - Building your beta reader list - Standing out in a competitive market - Ways to generate book reviews Resources: - Recommended Book: Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott: https://www.amazon.com/Bird-Some-Instructions-Writing-Life/dp/0385480016 - Recommended Tools: Index Cards, Microsoft Word, Evernote https://office.live.com/start/Word.aspx - Official Website: https://nonfictionauthorsassociation.com/ - Nonfiction Writers Conference: https://nonfictionwritersconference.com/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL287: How To Get Book Reviews appeared first at How To Get Book Reviews

Nov 2020

23 min 19 sec

In this episode we learn from David Burkus on How To Research Stories For Your Books. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook David Burkus is a best-selling author, a sought-after speaker, and associate professor of leadership and innovation at Oral Roberts University. His latest book, Friend of a Friend, offers readers a new perspective on how to grow their networks and build key connections—one based on the science of human behavior, not rote networking advice. He’s delivered keynotes to the leaders of Fortune 500 companies and the future leaders of the United States Naval Academy. His TED talk has been viewed over 1.8 million times and he is a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review. In this episode, we cover: - The process of starting out as an author - How to research stories for your books - Organizing your book structure Resources: - Recommended Book: Perennial Seller by Ryan Holiday - https://www.amazon.com/Perennial-Seller-Making-Marketing-Lasts/dp/0143109014- - Recommended Tools: Scrivener, Microsoft Word - https://office.live.com/start/Word.aspx- https://www.literatureandlatte.com/scrivener/overview- - Official Website - https://davidburkus.com/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL286: How To Research Stories For Your Books appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/how-to-research-stories-for-your-books-cl286/

Nov 2020

34 min 25 sec

In this episode we learn from Charlie Hoehn on How To Sell A Million Books. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Charlie Hoehn is an author, marketing strategist, speaker and head of video for Scribe Media. He’s studied under authors including Seth Godin, Ramit Seth, and Tucker Max and helped Tim Ferriss in the production and launch of the New York Times bestseller ‘The Four Hour Body’. Charlie's own books include Play It Away and the popular career guide - Recession-Proof Graduate and when not writing you’ll find him advising authors on how to best market their work. In this episode, we cover: - What he learned working with Tim Ferriss and Ramit Sethi - How to sell a million books - The hybrid publishing model Resources: - Recommended Book: The Scribe Book Method - https://scribewriting.com/scribe-method-book/ - Recommended Tools: YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/ - Official Website - https://scribemedia.com/ -The Scribe Book Method om/scribe-method-book/ - The Scribe Book Method - https://scribewriting.com/scribe-method-book/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL285: How To Sell A Million Books appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/how-to-sell-a-million-books-cl285/

Nov 2020

41 min 50 sec

In this episode we learn from Jesse Krieger on Using Online Summits To Launch Your Book. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Jesse sits squarely at the intersection of publishing and promotion – having signed two publishing deals on two different continents and navigated the world of becoming a bestselling author twice. He has worked with 100+ authors to achieve their dreams of writing and publishing a book via his company, Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Press. Unlike most traditional publishing companies, Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Press helps authors through the entire author journey, from writing and creating a great book, to providing expert publishing support with editing, design, layout and marketing strategy. In this episode, we cover: - Using online summits to launch your book - The simple tactic to increase your book sales - Secrets of getting on the New York Times bestseller list Resources: - Recommended Book: Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand - https://www.amazon.com/Atlas-Shrugged-Ayn-Rand/dp/0451191145 - Recommended Tools: Printed paper and pen - Official Website - https://www.lifestyleentrepreneurspress.com/ - Self-Publishing Millionaire Book - https://www.bestsellersummitonline.com/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL284: Using Online Summits To Launch Your Book appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/using-online-summits-to-launch-your-book-cl284/

Oct 2020

31 min 2 sec

In this episode we learn from Joseph Alexander on Secrets Of A Seven Figure Author. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Joseph Alexander is an author, publisher, and guitarist although not necessarily in that order. As a prolific author, he has written over 40 guitar tuitional books which have sold in excess of 400,000 worldwide. Joseph also runs a publishing services company at Self-Published.co.uk and two independent book publishing imprints. He is one of the few seven-figure indie non-fiction authors living in the UK. In this episode, we cover: - Secrets Of A Seven Figure Author - Getting the fundamentals of publishing right - How he wrote 14 books in his first year Resources: - Recommended Book: On Writing by Stephen King - https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/10569.On_Writing - Recommended Tools: Pen + Paper, Notes, Microsoft Word, Kindle Previewer, Photoshop, Amazon KDP, Book Report Plugin, Better Book Tools,Mailchimp - Official Website - https://www.fundamental-changes.com/ - Self-Publishing Millionaire Book - https://www.self-published.co.uk/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL283: Secrets Of A Seven Figure Author appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/secrets-of-a-seven-figure-author-cl083/

Oct 2020

49 min 43 sec

In this episode we learn from Annalisa Parent on Taking Your Book From Idea To Sold. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Annalisa Parent helps experts and business owners to write, publish and SELL client magnet books to MASSIVELY scale their brands and businesses. She is the founder of Date with the Muse and co-founder of Laurel Elite Books, the later offering full-service publishing. Annalisa writes for many local, national, and international publications and been featured on Huffington Post Live as well CBS, Associated Press and Korean Broadcast Systems. She believes in taking the writing craft seriously without taking herself too seriously, and attempts to heed the wisdom of the ancient Roman poet Horace who said: “Mix a little foolishness with your prudence: It’s good to be silly at the right moment.” In this episode, we cover: - How client magnet books work - Taking Your Book From Idea To Sold - Content editors vs copy editors Resources: - Recommended Book: On Writing Well by William Zinsser - https://www.amazon.com/Writing-Well-Classic-Guide-Nonfiction/dp/0060891548 - Recommended Tools: Google Docs - https://www.google.com/docs/about/ - Official Website - https://laurelelite.com/ - Storytelling for Pantsers - https://www.amazon.com/Storytelling-Pantsers-Revise-Without-Outline/dp/1947482017 If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL282: Taking Your Book From Idea To Sold appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/taking-your-book-from-idea-to-sold-cl282/

Oct 2020

34 min 20 sec

In this episode we learn from Mark Coker on Self-Publishing Ebooks With Smashwords. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Mark Coker is the CEO of Smashwords, a free ebook publishing and distribution platform and the world's largest distributor of indie ebooks. Smashwords makes it fast, free and easy for authors and publishers to distribute ebooks to the world's largest ebook retailers and library ebook platforms. The Wall Street Journal named Mark as one of the “Eight Stars of Self-Publishing” and it’s my pleasure to welcome him onto the summit today. In this episode, we cover: - Self-Publishing Ebooks With Smashwords - Secrets of bestselling authors - The essential last three pages of your next book Resources: - Recommended Book: On Writing by Stephen King - https://www.amazon.com/Writing-10th-Anniversary-Memoir-Craft/dp/1439156816 - Official Website - https://www.smashwords.com/ - Smart Author Podcast - https://www.smashwords.com/podcast If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL281: Self-Publishing Ebooks With Smashwords appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/self-publishing-ebooks-with-smashwords-cl281/

Oct 2020

32 min 48 sec

In this episode we learn from Lloyd Luna about How To Find Time To Write Your Book. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Lloyd Luna is a productivity humorist and one of Asia’s most popular motivational speakers as well as being the author of ten books covering business and personal development. He is also a serial entrepreneur in the Philippines has started and built businesses including a speakers bureau and a book publisher. In this episode, we cover: - How To Find Time To Write Your Book - Getting turned down by publishers - Are you a content provider or a content writer? - The power of peer pressure Resources: - Recommended Tools: Pages, Zoom H1n https://www.apple.com/lae/pages/ https://zoomcorp.com/en/us/handheld-recorders/handheld-recorders/h1n-handy-recorder/ - Official Website - http://www.lloydluna.com/ - Book Making Workshop - http://www.bookmakingworkshop.com/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL280: How To Find Time To Write Your Book appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/how-to-find-time-to-write-your-book-cl280/

Sep 2020

29 min 54 sec

In this episode we learn from Jane Anderson about Top Marketing Tips For Book Launches. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me\ LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Jane Anderson is an author and expert on Leadership and Communications. With over 20 years’ experience in Personal Branding, she has worked with over 50,000 people on building more trust and influence in their businesses and brands. Her clients include Virgin Australia, Lego, Ikea, Rio Tinto, and Origin Energy and she is on the faculty in Thought Leaders Business School, mentoring some of Australia’s leading experts in their field. Jane's blog was recently voted in the top 10 branding blogs in Australia and in the top 30 branding gurus globally. Jane is the author of five books including her latest “EXPERT to INFLUENCER: 12 Key Skills to Attract New Clients, Increase Sales and Leverage your Personal Brand to Become an Industry Leader. In this episode, we cover: - Choosing the style of your first book - Hiring the right writing coach - Top marketing tips for book launches Resources: - Recommended Book: Thought Leaders Practice by Matt Church and Peter Cook https://www.amazon.com/Thought-Leaders-Practice-Matt-Church/dp/0977572498 - Recommended Tools: Scrivener, Microsoft Word, Rev.com, Memomailer https://www.rev.com/ - Official Website https://janeandersonspeaks.com/ - The Influencer Indicator https://janeandersonspeaks.com/influencer-indicator/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL279: Top Marketing Tips For Book Launches appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/top-marketing-tips-for-book-launches-cl279/

Sep 2020

49 min 3 sec

In this episode we learn from Warren Berger about Marketing For Self-Published Authors. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Innovation expert and questionologist WARREN BERGER have studied hundreds of the world’s foremost innovators, entrepreneurs, and creative thinkers to learn how they ask questions, generate original ideas, and solve problems. He is the author of eleven books, including THE BOOK OF BEAUTIFUL QUESTIONS, the bestseller A MORE BEAUTIFUL QUESTION, and the internationally acclaimed GLIMMER, named one of Businessweek’s Best Innovation and Design Books of the Year. His writing appears regularly in Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, and The New York Times. He lives in New York. In this episode, we cover: Marketing For Self-Published Authors The craft of writing Identifying the audience for your books The power of questions for your writing process Resources: Recommended Book: Flow by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Recommended Tools: Notepad and Pen Official Website A More Beautiful Question website If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL278: Marketing For Self-Published Authors appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/marketing-for-self-published-authors-cl278/

Sep 2020

45 min 26 sec

In this episode we learn from Dave Chesson on How To Become A Kindlepreneur. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Dave Chesson is an author, Kindlepreneur and online marketing ninja. A Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy it was during his downtime there that he first got interested in online marketing and search engine optimization. But it wasn’t until he started publishing his own books that everything started to come together for him. By linking his online marketing skills with self-publishing he was able to become a #1 best-selling author across multiple topic areas. Today Kindlepreneur.com is his flagship, a place where he does everything possible to show self-publishers how to harness the power of the internet to sell more books and build their platforms. In this episode, we cover: How To Become A Kindlepreneur Becoming a Kindlepreneur Choosing your book title using Amazon research Resources: Recommended Book: The 10X Rule by Grant Cardone https://www.amazon.com/10X-Rule-Difference-Between-Success/dp/0470627603 Recommended Tools: Headspace - https://www.headspace.com/ Resource: Official Website - https://kindlepreneur.com/ Amazon Book Ads Course - https://courses.kindlepreneur.com/courses/AMS If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL277: How To Become A Kindlepreneur appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/how-to-become-a-kindlepreneur-cl277/

Sep 2020

42 min 34 sec

In this episode we learn from Elaine Pofeldt about The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Elaine Pofeldt is an author and freelance journalist who specializes in small business, entrepreneurship, and careers. Her latest book The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business, looks at how entrepreneurs are hitting seven-figure revenue in businesses where they are the only employees. How do they do this? Well by tapping automation and other technologies to scale their efforts. Her work has appeared in Fortune, Money, CNBC, Inc., Forbes and many other business publications and she is a contributor to the Economist Intelligence Unit. In this episode, we cover: The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business The discipline of writing Working to deadlines Resources: Official Website - https://themilliondollaronepersonbusiness.com/ Recommended Book: Superconnector by Scott Gerber Recommended Tools: ScheduleOnce If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL276: The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/the-million-dollar-one-person-business-cl276/

Sep 2020

31 min 4 sec

In this episode we learn from Nina Amir about The Productive Writer. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Nina Amir is an Amazon bestselling author of works including How to Blog a Book, The Author Training Manual and Creative Visualization for Writers. She is known as the Inspiration to Creation Coach because she helps writers, bloggers and other creative people combine their passion and purpose so they become high performers and Achieve More Inspired Results. In this episode, we cover: Being productive vs being prolific The psychology of writing How to finish your book Resources: Official Website – https://ninaamir.com/ Productive Writer Quiz – https://ninaamir.com/pwq/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL275: The Productive Writer appeared first at https://www.jamestaylor.me/the-productive-writer-cl275/

Aug 2020

36 min 19 sec

In this episode we learn from Cathy Fyock about Writing Your First Draft. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Cathy Fyock is The Business Book Strategist and works with thought leaders and professionals who want to write as a business or career development strategy. She is the author of eight books, including On Your Mark: From First Word to First Draft in Six Weeks, and Blog2Book. Since beginning her business in 2014, she has helped over 150 professionals become published authors. In this episode, we cover: Writing as a reinvention strategy The chunky method of writing How to avoid productive procrastination Resources: Official Website – https://www.cathyfyock.com/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL274: Writing Your First Draft at https://www.jamestaylor.me/writing-your-first-draft-cl274/

Aug 2020

30 min 3 sec

In this episode we learn from Joanna Penn about Self-publishing vs Independent-publishing. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Joanna Penn is a speaker, entrepreneur and award-nominated New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. Since becoming a writer she has authored 27 books and sold over 500,000 copies in 84 countries and 5 languages. She writes thrillers under the name of J.F.Penn and uses her full Joanna Penn name to write non-fiction for authors. When not sitting at a desk crafting her next work you’ll find her on stage speaking about self-publishing and book marketing. Her site, TheCreativePenn.com is regularly voted one of the Top 10 sites for both aspiring and professional writers. In this episode, we cover: How to be a healthy writer Self-publishing vs Independent-publishing Measuring your life by what you create Resources: Official Website - https://www.thecreativepenn.com/ Author 2.0 Blueprint - https://the-creative-penn-limited.ck.page/blueprint If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL273: Self-publishing vs Independent-publishing at https://www.jamestaylor.me/self-publishing-vs-independent-publishing-cl273/

Aug 2020

36 min 24 sec

In this episode we learn from Michael J. Gelb and they talk about how to outline your book using mindmapping. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Michael is the world’s leading authority on the application of genius thinking to personal and organizational development. A pioneer in the fields of creative thinking, executive coaching, and innovative leadership, he is the author of 14 books including the international bestseller How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci: 7 Steps to Genius Every Day. His other titles include Creativity On Demand, Innovate Like Edison, Discover Your Genius and Thinking for a Change. Michael’s books have been translated into 25 languages and have sold more than one million copies. Meanwhile, as a keynote speaker and seminar leader his clients have included DuPont, Emerson, Microsoft, Nike, and the Young President’s Organization. In this episode, we cover: Using mindmapping to outline your book Wine drinking for inspired writing Finding your original voice as an author Resources: Official Website - https://michaelgelb.com/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL272: James Taylor interviews Michael J. Gelb, On how to outline your book using mindmapping at https://www.jamestaylor.me/james-taylor-interviews-michael-j-gelb-and-they-talk-about-how-to-outline-your-book-using-mindmapping-cl272/

Aug 2020

46 min 37 sec

In this episode we learn from Ron Kaufman and they talk about the book as a brochure for your business. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Ron is the world’s leading educator and motivator for uplifting customer service and Uplifting Service cultures. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Uplifting Service, and fourteen other books on service, business, and inspiration. In 2018, GlobalGurus rated Ron the #1 customer service guru in the world. Ron is a man on a mission – to uplift the quality and spirit of service everywhere in the world – including with us here today. In this episode, we cover: The book as a brochure for your business Getting the page experience right Business models for authors Resources: Ron Kaufman Website - https://ronkaufman.com/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL271: James Taylor interviews Ron Kaufman, they talk about the book as a brochure for your business at https://www.jamestaylor.me/james-taylor-interviews-ron-kaufman-and-they-talk-about-the-book-as-a-brochure-for-your-business-cl271/

Jul 2020

44 min 5 sec

In this episode we learn from Lisa Bodell and they talk about how to use your book as a platform. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Lisa Bodell is an author, speaker and the founder and CEO of futurethink, a company which enables organizations to kill complexity, create space for innovation, and get to the work that matters. As a globally recognized innovation leader and futurist, she is the author of 'Why Simple Wins: Escape the Complexity Trap and Get to Work That Matters'; and 'Kill the Company: End the Status Quo, Start an Innovation Revolution', which was named one of the Best Business Books of 2012 by booz&co. Lisa has also contributed her expertise to a wide variety of media, including Fast Company, WIRED, The New York Times, Inc., Forbes, Harvard Business Review, FOX News, and CNN. In this episode, we cover: Finding the key themes for your book The role of the co-author Your book as a platform Resources: Official Website - https://futurethink.com/about-us/ Lisa Bodell on Amazon If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL270: James Taylor interviews Lisa Bodell and they talk about how to use your book as a platform at https://www.jamestaylor.me/james-taylor-interviews-lisa-bodell-and-they-talk-about-how-to-use-your-book-as-a-platform-cl270/

Jul 2020

28 min 6 sec

In this episode we learn from Jay Papasan, about the one thing to write a bestseller. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Jay Papasan is the co-author of The One Thing, a #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller with over 450 appearances on national bestseller lists and more than 30 translations around the world. Before Jay Papasan co-authored The ONE Thing and the bestselling Millionaire Real Estate series with Gary Keller, he worked as an editor at Harper Collins Publishers. There he worked on such best-selling books as Body-for-Life by Bill Phillips and Go for the Goal by Mia Hamm. Jay also co-owns a successful real estate team affiliated with Keller Williams Realty with his wife Wendy in Austin, TX. In this episode, we cover: Understanding Book Contracts Time blocking to get your writing done Applying The ONE Thing to write a bestselling business book Resources: Jay Papasan's Website - https://www.the1thing.com/ If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL269: James Taylor interviews Jay Papasan and they talk about the one thing to write a bestseller at https://www.jamestaylor.me/james-taylor-interviews-jay-papasan-and-they-talk-about-the-one-thing-to-write-a-bestseller-cl269/

Jul 2020

36 min 27 sec

In this episode we learn from Honorée Corder, On Why you should write a Book. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Honorée Corder is a strategic book coach and the author of more than 50 books, including You Must Write a Book, Vision to Reality, The Successful Single Mom book series, and The Divorced Phoenix. She is also Hal Elrod’s business partner in The Miracle Morning bestselling book series. Honorée provides group and one-on-one strategic book coaching to business professionals who want to write, publish, and market their books to bestseller status, create a platform, and develop multiple streams of income. She also does all sorts of other magical things, and her badassery is legendary. In this episode, we cover: Why you should write a book The power of writing a book series The expert or reporter model Resources: Honoreecorder.com You Must Write A Book Free Chapter If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL268: James Taylor interviews Honorée Corder and they talk about why you should write a book. at https://www.jamestaylor.me/james-taylor-interviews-honoree-corder-and-they-talk-about-why-you-should-write-a-book-cl268/

Jul 2020

31 min 16 sec

In this episode we learn from David Allen, On How To Write A Book Proposal. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook The work of my guest today has had a profound impact on the lives of many authors, entrepreneurs and creatives, including myself. David Allen is Founder of the David Allen Company and author of Getting Things Done – the Art of Stress-Free Productivity. If you are new to Getting Things Done or GTD, it is a self-management methodology that became a worldwide phenomenon and has helped countless individuals and organizations bring order to chaos. Indeed TIME Magazine called Getting Things Done “the defining self-help business book of its time” and the insights contained within it have enabled many to alleviate feelings of overwhelm and bring greater focus, clarity and creativity to their life and work. In this episode, we cover: Writing a book proposal Why he writes the book reviews first Marketing campaigns for evergreen books If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL267: How To Write A Book Proposal with David Allen at https://www.jamestaylor.me/how-to-write-a-book-proposal-cl267/

Jun 2020

33 min 32 sec

In this episode we learn from Dr Joe Luciani, About The Unlearning Anxiety And Depression. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Dr. Joe Luciani has been a practicing clinical psychologist for more than 40 years. He’s the internationally bestselling author of the Self-Coaching series of books, now published in 10 languages. His latest book is called Unlearning Anxiety & Depression: The 4-Step Self-Coaching Program to Reclaim Your Life. In this episode, we cover: 2:38 – Tolerance 5:08 – PTSD 6:03 – Anxiety and Depression as a Habit 6:55 – Insecurity and Stress 8:43 – What If’ing 9:58 – Being Present 12:26 – Cortisol levels 13:34 – Flight, Fight, Freeze, Fester 14:55 – Parasympathetic 15:34 – Unlearning anxiety 16:02 – Practice, practice, practice 16:16 – Separating fact from fiction 16:37 – Stopping insecurity level thinking 17:19 – Active ignoring 18:32 – Envisioning 19:10 – Responsive living 19:27 – Self-distrust 20:21 – Motivation 23:52 – Keeping focus Resources mentioned in this episode: selfcoaching.net Tools: Sticky notes Book: Siddhartha by Herman Hesse Album: What A Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL266: Unlearning Anxiety And Depression - Interview with Dr Joe Luciani at https://www.jamestaylor.me/cl266-unlearning-anxiety-and-depression-interview-with-dr-joe-luciani/

Jun 2020

31 min 31 sec

In this episode we learn from Dr Benjamin Hardy, About The Big Problem With Personality Tests. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Dr. Benjamin Hardy is an organizational psychologist and bestselling author of Willpower Doesn’t Work. His blogs have been read by over 100 million people and are featured on Forbes, Fortune, CNBC, Big Think, and many more. He is a regular contributor to Inc. and Psychology Today and from 2015-2018, he was the #1 writer, in the world, on Medium.com. His latest book Personality Isn’t Permanent debunks the pervasive myths of personality as well as tests like Myers Briggs. In this episode, we cover: 3:03 – The changing personality 3:52 – The body keeps score 4:19 – How trauma freezes your personality 5:36 – Myers Briggs tests 7:04 – Carl Jung and the personality 8:33 – Content vs Context 10:05 – Mindfulness and Mindlessness 10:53 – Your current and future self 11:26 – Defining the person you want to be 13:08 – The goal should shape the process 13:52 – Personality as a comfort zone 14:22 – The goal of selling millions of books 15:08 – Your goals shape your identity 17:44 – Atomic Habits by James Clear 22:35 – Setting better goals Resources mentioned in this episode: To learn about Benjamin Hardy go to benjaminhardy.com Buy ‘Personality Ins’t Permanent’ from Amazon at amazon.com/gp/product/B07N5H5C4N?tag=randohouseinc32228-20 If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL265: The Big Problem With Personality Tests - Interview with Dr Benjamin Hardy at https://www.jamestaylor.me/cl265-the-big-problem-with-personality-tests-interview-with-dr-benjamin-hardy/

Jun 2020

27 min 6 sec

In this episode we learn from Caroline Goyder, On How To Find Your Voice. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/JTme-ytsub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! FOLLOW ME: Website: https://www.jamestaylor.me LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/JTme-linkedin Instagram: http://bit.ly/JTme-ig Twitter: http://bit.ly/JTme-twitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/JTme-facebook Caroline Goyder is a leading voice and speaker coach. For a decade she worked at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, a leading drama school in London. Author of Find Your Voice (2020) Gravitas (2014) and Star Qualities (2009) Caroline’s TEDX on The Surprising Secret to Speaking with Confidence has been watched 7.5 million times. In this episode, we cover: 2:29 – Own the illness 5:09 – Demosthenes 7:05 – Speaking on Zoom 8:20 – The power of your voice 9:09 – The camera requires more energy 11:46 – Imposter syndrome 13:11 – Understanding your voice 15:58 – Finding your voice 16:23 – Taking direction 17:31 – Alexander technique 17:57 – Coaching for speakers Resources mentioned in this episode: carolinegoyder.com amazon.com/Find-Your-Voice-Confidence-Situation/dp/1785042831 App: Strategic Breathing by Max Strom Book: Anything by Sisley Berry Album: Fleetwood Mac If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on YouTube, iTunes or Stitcher and write a brief review. That would really help get the word out and raise the visibility of the Creative Life show. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/CLS-apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/CLS-spotify Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CLS-stitcher The post CL264: How To Find Your Voice - Interview with Caroline Goyder at https://www.jamestaylor.me/cl264-how-to-find-your-voice-interview-with-caroline-goyder/

Jun 2020

25 min 22 sec