About Earlie James
As a John Maxwell Certified Coach, Teacher and Speaker, I can offer you workshops, seminars, keynote speaking, and coaching, aiding your personal and professional growth through study and practical application of John’s proven leadership methods. Working together, I will move you and/or your team or organization in the desired direction to reach your goals.
Earlie James is also president of Living Life Center LLC, a progressive publishing corporation designed to teach individuals how to overcome adverse circumstances and to develop key leadership competencies in order to live more productive and effective lives. The mission of the organization is to spread the message of life to those who have yet to apprehend it! As a widower, Earlie James is proof that anyone can overcome adverse circumstances in their lives. He is uniquely gifted to help individuals answer the proverbial question, “Who am I, and why am I here?” He is referred to by many as “the teacher,” because individuals are experiencing life on a higher level as a result of his training, workshop, and teachings.
For the past 28 years, Earlie James has traveled the United States extensively as a speaker. He has authored several books, including Life Beyond Trauma, Apprehending a New Day, and his new release The Genius Plan. Earlie James is also an accomplished business professional with experience in retail management, sales, and corporate training and development. He has spent the last 25 years in the Retail & Financial Services industry respectively. In the past, he has managed several financial institutions and retail stores for major fortune 500 companies in Chicago and Philadelphia. He was responsible for design and implementation of career development programs, strategic planning, curriculums, and training roll-out for new leaders.
Earlie leads several nonprofit organizations in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Earlie has worked with various civic organizations within Philadelphia, including Grands as Parents and Families Forward. He has also worked with numerous shelters, and served the homeless, elderly, and abused children, serving as mentors, public speakers, and advocates. Earlie resides in Philadelphia with his wife Rhonda and their son Ej.