An interview with Chad Stewart
Still today, there aren’t enough public schools that value and set aside sufficient time for creativity. But it’s something that definitely needs to be cultivated and prioritized.
That’s why a while back, when author C.R. Stewart reached out about his new book Britfield & The Lost Crown, I invited him on the show to share about his children’s book that has won 18 awards.
In this interview he talks about how teachers and parents can make time for more creativity in schools and in their homes. He also talks about what inspired him to become a writer and how his travels inspire his work.
Born in Newport Beach, California, C. R. Stewart has 20 years of experience in writing fiction, non-fiction, and screenplays. He is an award-winning, bestselling author, creativity specialist, and prolific writer. He’s also founder of Britfield Institute, and Devonfield, dedicated to the highest quality in publishing, film production, and education. Chad received a Bachelor of Arts in British literature and European history from Brown University; earned an MBA from Boston College; and is pursuing a Master of Science and a PhD at Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management at Claremont Graduate University. Chad has traveled throughout the world and spent two years in England, furthering his education and conducting research. Now based in San Diego, he is a strong supporter of education and the arts and sits on the board of Horizon University; he’s also an adjunct professor at Fermanian School of Business, Point Loma Nazarene University; and is the past president of the board of directors of the San Diego Ballet.