Life Balance Expert and Bestselling Author
For over 29 years, Jones Loflin has been helping individuals and organizations with the struggle of too much to do. He is the co-author of Juggling Elephants and Getting to It as well as the author of Always Growing. His presentations are described as unforgettable and his books as illuminating.
Powerful Ideas and Practical Solutions
Jones Loflin has made it his life’s work to deliver powerful ideas and practical solutions to individuals and organizations struggling with too much to do. His books are described as “illuminating” and his presentations as “unforgettable.” In his 29 years as a speaker and trainer he has helped countless people regain confidence in their ability to achieve greater success in work and life.
Jones’ innovative solutions on leadership, change, and time management have attracted the attention of organizations around the world. His client list includes Federal Express, Wal-Mart, Choice Hotels, Toyota, Bridgestone, American Farm Bureau and State Farm as well as the United States military. His international clients include Saudi Aramco, Gillette, and Aramark Canada.
Looking for ways to expand the reach of his message, Jones chose to become an author. His newest book, Always Growing, offers fresh strategies to lead change whether you have been leading for two days or two decades. Juggling Elephants is a witty and profound parable about one man’s search for a better way to get everything done. The book is available in the US and over 14 countries. He is also the author of Getting The Blue Ribbon, a unique story offering simple strategies to get better results. Getting to It is considered a field guide to accomplishing what is most important.
Prior to becoming an internationally-recognized speaker, Jones was an educator. His past work includes serving as the “Trainer of Trainers” for the best-selling book, Who Moved My Cheese? Jones is also a Co-Active coach, focusing on the areas of leadership, change, and time management with his clients. He is a member of the National Speaker’s Association as well as the Association for Talent Development.
Jones believes the key to success is being passionate about certain things in life, including family, spiritual beliefs, career and relationships. One of his favorite quotes is by Zig Ziglar: “Go as far as you can see, and when you get there you can see farther.”
Life Balance keynote speaker Jones Loflin is grateful for every opportunity to work with individuals and organizations seeking better results. He lives in North Carolina with his wonderful wife Lisa and their two perfect daughters.
Stop Juggling Elephants and Start Being The Ringmaster Of Your Circus!
See if this sounds familiar. Too much to do and too little time. Feeling overwhelmed with non-stop stress. This dilemma is not only negatively affecting your performance, but your lack of time to lead and manage effectively is limiting the productivity of others. And you have zero time to nurture your own personal well-being! If you’re tired of feeling like you’re juggling elephants, Jones Loflin has a fresh solution for you… run off and join the circus to improve your work-life satisfaction! In this powerfully practical presentation, Jones offers 5 simple strategies to begin getting your most important things done more often. Using the analogy of a successful circus, expect to learn how to more effectively manage your own workload and develop routines that provide for your personal wellness and richer relationships. When Jones is done, you’ll be equipped to get more standing ovations from everyone… including yourself!
Always Growing: How To Be A Strong(er) Leader In Any Season
You’re busy. You are already feeling overloaded. You’d like to build greater capacity in the members of your team, but where would you find the time? In short, you want to take your leadership to the next level, but the question is “How?” You need a fresh and practical blueprint. Jones Loflin says that new approach is built on four words: Grow, Cultivate, Prune, and Harvest. In this innovative and engaging presentation built on timeless principles, Jones equips leaders to identify where change is needed in their daily activities and take productive action. It’s time to get “growing” and harvest something better for your people and your organization.
Your Days Need To Be Full Of “It!”
How busy are you? In the daily struggle to get it all done, what are you forgetting? Is your mind constantly racing with lists of all the things you could and should be doing? Does your day often feel like you are treading water in an ocean of rushes and deadlines, trying to keep from drowning while handling increasing work demands? If so, it’s time for you to get to IT-your most “Important Thing.” Define IT. Focus on IT. Even get excited about IT. In today’s presentation, Jones Loflin, co-author of Getting to It, provides the necessary tools for you to accomplish the important, handle the urgent, and get rid of the unnecessary. Want to have the room to explore new opportunities and achieve better results? Jones says, “Let’s make IT happen!”
Now We Go Home… So What?
You have packed the bottles of shampoo and lotion from your room, taken one last gaze out your hotel window, and started thinking about how far behind you are at work. But have you “packed” the right strategies to achieve better results when you return home? How will you take all you have gained at this event and implement these ideas into an already overloaded schedule? Jones Loflin says the answer lies in 5 simple words: Who, What, Where, When, and Why.
Connecting Workaholics, Whiners, and Slackers On Matters Of Productivity
While much time has been spent on how to create a diverse workplace, little attention is often given to how work can best get done with so many different backgrounds and perspectives in an organization. Failing to address these differences only serves to limit individual productivity and diminish the ability of diverse teams to work cohesively and get the best results. In this powerfully practical presentation you will discover how to bridge the productivity gap between different populations in the workplace to ensure that both individuals and the organization are accomplishing what is most important.
A More Natural Way To Lead
You’re busy. You are already feeling overloaded. You’d like to build greater capacity in yourself and members of your team, but where would you find the time? In short, you want to take your leadership to the next level, but the question is “How?” You need a fresh and practical blueprint. Jones Loflin says that new approach is built on four words: Grow, Cultivate, Prune, and Harvest. In this innovative and engaging presentation built on the timeless practices of a gardener, Jones equips leaders to identify where change is needed in their daily activities and take productive action. It’s time to get “growing” and harvest something better for your people and your organization.
Thank you for providing such an energetic program to our employees. You were a hit! People are still making reference to the material. You've provided a new perspective for many of our employees. Extra thanks are deserved for your thoughtfulness before and during, but especially after the event. Working with you was a pleasure!
- | Tammy Garlick, Microsoft Licensing Group
When people ask me suggestions for speakers, I have been giving them your name. Hope you don't mind. You presented the program with such a high degree of energy and humor.
- | LaVerne W. Marshall, US Department of the Treasury
Your presentation was delivered so smoothly with lots of humor. You really know how to gain the attention of an audience and hold it for long amounts of time. I especially enjoyed the way you involved your audience in the presentation.
- | Martha Miller, Pennsylvania Music Educators Assoc.
Your luncheon presentations were thought-provoking, inspiring and entertaining and the workshop was superb! We've had excellent comments on the program. I hope we can utilize your knowledge, expertise and speaking talents again soon.
- | Kathy C. Cundall, Wyoming Trucking Association