Speaking

Cameron C. Taylor has been invited to present to businesses, churches, universities, associations, high schools, and other organizations all across the country. Cameron teaches several course based on his books and speaks on a wide range topics. Cameron would be honored to be a part of one of your meetings. Below are some of the presentations he has delivered. The lecture are typically 60-90 minutes each, but they can be shortened or lengthen to fit the needs of your event.

Speaking Topics

Lasting Excellence: 6 Steps to Goal Achievement

Attributes of Great Achievers

The 10 Principles and Choices of Prosperity

Preserve, Protect, and Defend

Paradoxes of the Gospel

8 Motives of a Servant Leader

Protect Your Assets: How to Become Invincible to Lawsuits and Save Thousands in Taxes

Lasting Excellence: 6 Steps to Goal Achievement

This lecture focuses on the attributes of Vision and Persistence from the best-selling book 8 Attributes of Great Achievers. This presentation is filled with inspiring stories, a lot of laughter, and original object lessons you will never forget.

Attributes of Great Achievers

This lecture will help you develop the character attributes that lead to great achievement, and sustained, superior performance. The presentation is filled with inspiring stories from the lives of great achievers past and present including: Christopher Columbus, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, The Wright Brothers, Abraham Lincoln, Gandhi, Winston Churchill, Walt Disney, Warren Buffet, and others. You will learn:

  • How Gandhi's "experiment with truth" enabled him to go from a shy boy and an average man to the leader of 500 million people who called him "The Great Soul."
  • How Winston Churchill's optimism enable England to withstand the attacks of Hitler and eventually win the war.
  • How Walt Disney used the power of goals to create (Snow White, Disneyland, etc.) and make his dreams come true.
  • Powerful experiences from the Wright Brothers on taking the initiative.
  • Stories on honesty from billionaire Jon Huntsman that illustrate that nice guys really can and do finish first in life.
  • How a World War II concentration camp prisoner was able to remain strong, happy, and peaceful even in the worst of environments.
  • How top CEOs used the principle of abundance to increase productivity and profits.
  • Inspiring stories on persistence and overcoming failures from the lives of great achievers.

The 10 Principles and Choices of Prosperity

This lecture teaches the 4 principles and 6 choice of Prosperity found in the best-selling book Does Your Bag Have Holes? This engaging and entertaining seminar presents parables, metaphors, and inspiring real life stories that have been developed through years of research.

Preserve, Protect, and Defend

This lecture is based on the book Preserve, Protect, and Defend. This lecture is filled with inspiring stories from the lives of George Washington, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Christopher Columbus, Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, and others. From this lecture, you will learn:

  • Inspiring stories from the revolutionary war, the constitutional convention, and other events in the founding of America.
  • Why George Washington carried a bloody sash with him throughout his life.
  • The principles of government the Founding Fathers said must be understood and perpetuated to achieve peace, prosperity, and freedom.
  • The four pillars of liberty in the Constitution of the United States.
  • How to Preserve, Protect, and Defend liberty for future generation.

Paradoxes of the Gospel

The gospel of Jesus Christ is filled with paradoxes. Many of God's directions appear to be contrary to logic. On the surface they appear to have the opposite effect of the promised result. In these paradoxically statements are profound truths that lead to happiness in this life and eternal life in the world to come.

  • The Paradox of Faith contains insight on faith from the Apostle Peter's experience walking on water with Jesus.
  • From The Paradox of Performance you will learn why the first shall be last; and the last shall be first.
  • In The Paradox of Leadership you will learn inspiring stories of servant leadership from the life of Jesus Christ, Abraham Lincoln, and the Founding Fathers.
  • The Paradox of Wisdom contains three lessons learned from Balaam's talking donkey found in the book of numbers.
  • The Paradox of Receiving contains insights on prayer and receiving gifts from God.
  • The Paradox of Pain answers the question of why bad things happen to good people.
  • The Paradox of Forgiveness contains great stories on the power of forgiveness.
  • The Paradox of Wealth teaches principles every parent must know to raise productive, self-sufficient children and grandchildren.
  • The Paradox of Giving shows how giving actually makes you richer.
  • The Paradox of Fundamentals teaches how to apply in your life the formula legendary coach John Wooden used to create 10 national championship teams in 12 years.

8 Motives of a Servant Leader

This lecture teaches the motives of servant leaders with powerful examples from the lives of great servant leaders past and present. The idea of servant leadership is difficult for many to grasp because it is opposite to much of the leadership that is modeled and taught in the world. The key to identifying and becoming a humble leader is to have the correct motives for our actions. It is often not the act but the motive for the act which reveals the true nature of a leader. To cultivate the attributes of a servant leader, we must understand the underlying motives which drive a humble leader and the contrasting motives of a pride-driven leader.

The author of the book Good to Great conducted an extensive five-year research project to identify the factors that caused companies to move from good to great. One of the critical factors identified was the leadership of the company. Jim Collins wrote, "We were surprised, shocked really, to discover the type of leadership required for turning a good company into a great one. Compared to high-profile leaders with big personalities who make headlines and become celebrities, the good-to-great leaders seems to have come from Mars. Self-effacing, quiet, reserve, even shy-these leaders are a paradoxical blend of personal humility and professional will. They are more like Lincoln and Socrates than Patton or Caesar. . . Their ambition is first and foremost for the institution, not themselves."

Protect Your Assets: How to Become Invincible to Lawsuits and Save Thousands in Taxes

Learn the strategies and tools the nation's top law firms uses to save their clients millions of dollars each year. This lecture provides solutions to three major problems: taxes, probate, and lawsuits. From this lecture you will learn:

Lawsuit Protection

  • How to protect 100% of your professional and personal assets from lawsuits.
  • How to protect your assets in the event of a judgment in excess of liability insurance or an exclusion in a policy.
  • How to make yourself unattractive to a plaintiff attorney so they will not pursue a lawsuit against you.

Tax Reduction

  • How to save thousands of dollars each year in income taxes.
  • Five tax reduction strategies often missed by professionals and their advisors.
  • Strategies to eliminate the capital gains tax on the sale of a business, real estate, or other assets.

Business Succession & Estate Planning

  • How to create a successful estate plan to avoid probate and eliminate estate taxes.
  • What you should be doing now to prepare for successful business secession.
  • Tools you can use to pass assets to your heirs tax free.
Invite Cameron C. Taylor to Speak

"Cameron's strong faith comes through in his books and lectures. There is no doubt he is inspired, and I'm sure you'll be inspired after learning from him."

-Lou Holtz, ESPN Analysts, National Champion and
Former Head Football Coach, University of Notre Dame

"As president of a statewide youth organization, I was impressed with Cameron's ability to convey good solid principles in ways that were enthusiastically accepted and still providing an entertaining side."

-Dave Olpin, President,
Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY)