Accomplishing Your “Its” This Holiday Season by Jones Loflin

Already stressed? You’re not alone.

Jones-Loflin-Formal-Photo-2According to the American Psychological Association, up to 69% of us have greater levels of stress during this holiday season. The top stressors are a lack of time, a lack of money, and the stress to give and receive gifts. I more frequently hear people say, “I just want to get through the holidays.” How sad. Regardless of your religion or spiritual beliefs, this upcoming holiday season offers the strongest opportunity to relax, reflect, and recharge…. if used correctly.

To help minimize your dread of the upcoming weeks and to make sure your “Its” or important things get done, try some of these strategies based on my book, Getting to It:

Stop

It’s so easy to plunge headlong into this time of year and lose focus. Work becomes a blur, time at home is spent preparing for or going to an event, and there are little or no opportunities for personal “down time.” Before you get any more stressed, STOP for a few moments and start making plans for how to take more conscious control of how your time will be spent in the coming weeks.

Use Your Filters

In Getting to It, Todd Musig and I discuss the need to use filters to solve the conundrum of infinite possibilities and finite time. They help us identify our most important things and limit our involvement with the “something elses.” Your filters might include the feelings you want to have after the holidays are over. Another filter could be the maximum amount of money you want to spend on gifts, or the people you most want to spend time with over the holidays. It could include prioritizing or limiting the number of holiday events you actually attend. You most likely aren’t using many filters at this point, but are simply going with the flow. And you know where that river takes you.

At work you will want to apply some filters as well. Here they could include identifying the tasks or projects that most need completion before the holidays are upon you. What most needs to be done to ensure that 2015 starts off well? Don’t work on these filters in isolation either. Talk with your work team or boss and determine answers to these questions so everyone is on the same page-especially since everyone tends to be a little less focused right now.

Above all else, ask yourself, “What do I want to experience this holiday season?” The chances are good that your response isn’t, “I want to be totally stressed out, financially drained, exhausted, and way behind for 2015.” Okay, how can you change your actions to insure that this holiday season gives you more of what you most want? 

Create Your “It” Plan

Having identified the what for the holidays, it’s time to create the how. Be more intentional about planning each day toward your desired results. If you see a spare 30 minutes in your schedule, think of ways you could use that time to prepare for an upcoming holiday event. You might not be able to prepare food, but you could create a list of what you will prepare and all the necessary ingredients. At work, identify what you need from others if you want to complete certain tasks before the holiday break, and set up meetings or ask them for the information now. Think proactive and not reactive.

Here’s a thought about gifts and gift giving. Research consistently shows that what we most remember and value are experiences, not material items. Instead of trying to find the perfect gift this holiday, why not try being part of the gift itself. One of my favorite gifts each year from one of my friends is a meal they will prepare for my family and I after the holidays. I can’t tell you how much I enjoy the time with them after the hustle of the season has passed. You don’t have to be that elaborate. Look ahead at movies coming out, pre-purchase tickets to that theater, and plan an afternoon together. For a coworker, consider taking them to a unique restaurant in the area. It doesn’t have to be an expensive one-the key is the experience of going together. The most precious thing we give anyone is our time, so why not include it as part of your gift to others?  

As I said earlier, it’s just so easy to allow the holiday season to consume us. If we will take the time to stop, use some filters, and then plan proactively, we might just find that the holidays give us a gift we desperately need: A greater sense of peace, contentment, and gratitude for all that life offers us.

What do you NOT want to miss this holiday season?  

About The Author

With a passion for success that is instantly infectious and a wit that will have you laughing from his first sentence, author and speaker Jones Loflin equips individuals with real tools to conquer today’s tsunami of work and life challenges.

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The Value of University Guest Speakers

While guest speakers are often associated with private sector conferences and conventions, guest speakers are also of great value to universities, and the students and faculty they serve. Though universities maintain access to a host of “experts” in their respective fields (i.e., professors), a guest lecture series or a guest speaker event can offer an additional educational enrichment opportunity that can involve an entire campus community.

shutterstock_131270519Why else is a guest speaker of value to today’s university? A credible guest speaker can contribute relevant insight about a current topic, while offering a unique perspective that can be perhaps more engaging and forthright than what might be encountered within a university classroom. A guest speaker with something bold or innovative to contribute can spark meaningful dialogue that otherwise may never have surfaced among students. Sometimes simply introducing a new voice into the mix of academic discussion can be the catalyst students need to become more engaged in their education.

University guest speakers also open up doors for cross-curricular participation and conversation.  For example, as a result of a campus-wide speaking event about new efforts to fight malaria in Africa, the freshman biology major now has a chance to learn more about how his classwork has connections to real-world health initiatives, while the senior business student might discover a new interest in global health issues, sparking ideas about what an international non-profit business model might look like. In many ways, guest speakers offer accessibility and exposure to a more liberal arts-style of education.  A guest speaker can also present universities with prime opportunities to facilitate small round table discussions or initiate auxiliary events after a speech to continue to build upon what a speaker advocates for.

What makes a great university guest speaker? Universities should look for guest speakers that are both informative and highly relevant; while faculty may be thrilled with the opportunity to hear a renowned literary analyst speak on the virtues of Shakespeare’s work, a more effective choice may lie with someone who has recently published a groundbreaking study on a social issue at the forefront of students’ minds. A strong university guest speaker also need not strictly focus on academics; a healthy campus community is also one that addresses a variety of important, non-academic issues that contribute to students’ development and overall well-being.

An effective university guest speaker is also someone that knows how to engage a young audience. While this may seem a trivial aspect of guest speaker selection compared to topic and credibility, presentation does matter. Guest speakers should have experience talking to a young audience and understand the level of enthusiasm and the overall speaking style needed to capture and sustain attention. A great guest speaker for today’s university is also likely one that incorporates technology, both within a presentation through various mediums and via social media. A guest speaker that makes his or her social media accounts accessible for students to leave comments or questions on before or after a speaking event isn’t a good choice for being perceived as “current”; rather, they’re a good choice because they can meaningfully engage with an audience and encourage greater participation.

In all, when a university finds a guest speaker that is engaging, accessible and knowledgeable, they’re presented with an exceptional opportunity to encourage cross-curricular participation, generate meaningful dialogue, and elevate the level of learning that occurs on campus.

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Who Are The Top 10 Keynote Business Speakers You Should Know in 2015

Business Speakers are individuals recognized for their business strategies, best-selling books, and thought leadership. These are the keynote speakers who are often interviewed in the national media to provide insight for leadership, economics, and business strategies.

These keynote business speakers vary on their topics: Business sales experts, customer service, economy, leadership, etc. This top 10 list is compiled from the top viewed speakers on our site, top requested speakers, and of course, the deciding factor, top booked keynote speakers.  These business speakers have a proven track record of presenting their keynote speech in front of the top Corporate audiences as well as the largest associations looking to bring value to their conference attendees. What’s great about this list is, these are the speakers the Fortune companies already know about–and are using them to make a difference…and now you do, too.

 

If you’re interested in learning more about these business speaker’s keynote presentations, books, client testimonies, fees and availability, connect with Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau today at 1-800-345-5607.

 

 

1.Mark Thompson

Do you want credibility? Mark is the CEO and cofounder of Virgin Unite Mentors, Sir Richard Branson’s network for executive coaching and entrepreneurial innovation and is a Founding Patron of Virgin Unite’s Entrepreneurship Centre. He is Charles Schwab’s former Chief of Staff, Chief Customer Experience Officer, Chief Communications Officer and cofounder of the Schwab Foundation. - Mark served on the Board of Directors of Best Buy, Korn Ferry and Interwoven (now owned by HP).

 

 

2. Marcus Buckingham
Marcus has been featured many times in the The New York Times, Fortune, Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, USA Today and The Wall Street Journal. He has received rave reviews from Toyota, Coca-Cola, Master Foods, Wells Fargo, Microsoft and Disney.

 

 

3. Walter Bond
Walter is a former NBA athlete. He rose from being a reserve player coming off the bench to become the first rookie-free agent to start for the Dallas Mavericks. He has delivered for many of our clients over and over and over again. He’s that good!

 

 

4. Tom Flick
Tom is one of our most dynamic and highly sought-after keynote speakers.  Here’s a short, impressive list that Tom has delivered a keynote presentation to: Microsoft, Starbucks, Hallmark, Boeing, American Express, NASA, Ritz-Carlton Hotels and the Pentagon. He is THE authority on leadership, helping organizations develop leaders, lead change effectively and increase teamwork, communication, and performance skills.

 

Here’s a video featuring testimony from Tom’s top clients.

 

 

5. Marshall Goldsmith
He is the million-selling author/editor of 34 books, including the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There – a WSJ #1 business book and winner of the Harold Longman Award for Business Book of the Year. His books have been translated into 28 languages and become bestsellers in ten countries. Is he known around the world? Yes.

 

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6. Laura Schwartz
Laura is the former White House Director of Events, TV Commentator, and best-selling author (of Eat, Drink & Succeed). She focuses on helping organizations and individuals create better business partnerships/relationships. From there, ANYTHING is possible.

 

 

7. Josh Linkner
Josh knows how to be creative, be an entrepreneur, and be successful. He is a New Yor Times best-selling Author of Disciplined Dreaming – A Proven System to Drive Breakthrough Creativity. Josh is a 4-time tech entrepreneur, serving as CEO of each over the last 20+ years. If you’re looking for a presentation on creativity, innovation, and reinvention, Josh is the perfect fit.

 

 

8. Peter Ricchiuti
He has been featured on CNN and CNBC as well as in The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal. How wide spread is Peter’s message? The past 20 years Peter has presented to audiences in 47 states and several countries.

 

9. Bill Rancic
Many know Bill as the first winner of “The Apprentice.” He is also an extremely successful entrepreneur.  He also produces and stars in the A&E series “We Mean Business,” Style Network’s reality series “Giuliana and Bill” and is the executive producer of “Repo Man” on the Discovery Channel. He makes regular appearances on programs such as Today, The Tonight Show, and The View.

 

 

10. Scott Deming
Scott is known for his fresh, unique process and widely popular presentations. He has been featured on national TV and radio shows, as well as top publications. You can learn more about his process in his internationally best-selling book The Brand Who Cried Wolf.

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Stephanie Decker, Finalist for L’Oreal Women of Worth, to Appear on Fox’s The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson

Stephanie Decker, hero mother who lost her legs saving her children will be appearing on Fox’s The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson as one of the finalists for L’Oreal’s Women of Worth. Stephanie’s life was changed forever when a category 4 tornado ripped through her town of Henryville, Indiana. As she sought shelter in the basement with her 8-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter, the foundation of her house began crumbling—and she threw herself in front of falling debris to save her children from a particularly violent crash. Her choice cracked her ribs, punctured a lung and left her an amputee.

To watch Stephanie Decker on The Real Story, visit the website here.

After a traumatic incident left her without use of her legs, Stephanie Decker founded the Stephanie Decker Foundation to help children with prosthetic limbs participate in sports. Thus far, the foundation has raised more than $80,000 to support children with prosthetic limbs in their athletic pursuits. Stephanie was inspired by her own lifelong involvement in sports, and is passionate about sending amputees to the NubAbility Camp in DuQuoin, Illinois, where they re-learn how to play football and soccer, run track and more.

In 2013, Stephanie appeared before the Kentucky Senate advocating for a bill that would require insurance companies to cover new and refurbished prosthetics. While nearly 2 million American amputees are fitted with prosthetics, only 20 states require insurance companies to pay for restored prosthetics and refitting.

Stephanie Decker is also a successful inspiring motivational speaker who helps groups achieve more and overcome adversity. Learn more here.

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The Dictionary of Dangerous Ideas by Mike Walsh, Expert on Future Trends

Are you ready to be inspired? 

O_640b037399ecff872b23e0bb9d1ba126mikewalshMike Walsh is an author, technology speaker, and expert on future trends. As a global authority on the 21st century business, Walsh prepares business leaders for what’s next. Walsh constantly travels the world for the best ideas, distilling the most relevant insights into a blueprint that allows any audience to understand and influence the future of their industry. 

Walsh’s new book, The Dictionary of Dangerous Ideas is filled with Walsh’s own photography from his global travels, where he explains each idea in a single page. Walsh references the latest case studies and research, causing him to ask some of his famous “Mind Grenade” questions, such as:Mike

-What if we could design smarter, healthier people?

-What if companies had no bosses or titles?

-What if there was no such thing as privacy?

-What if medicine was personalized for our unique genetic code? 

Mike Walsh’s new book is a “definitive briefing on the 88 most important scientific breakthroughs, emerging technologies and disruptive business models – all with the potential to shake the foundations of the world we know.” 

 Interested in booking Mike Walsh? Check out his profile on our website or call Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau at 1-800-345-5607.

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World Diabetes Day 2014: Facts & Tips!

November 14 is World Diabetes Day?

In observance of this dWDD-logo-date-EN-2048px-copyay, we decided to provide you all with a couple of facts about diabetes and what you can do to avoid this disease…

Did you know?

In 2013, there were around 347 million people living with diabetes around the world. That number is expected to jump to almost 600 million people by 2035.

Luckily, over 70% of Type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed by adopting healthier lifestyles, equivalent to up to 150 million cases by 2035.

Eating a healthy breakfast decreases the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. A healthy diet containing leafy vegetables, fresh fruit, whole grains, lean meat, fish, and nuts can help reduce a person’s risk of Type 2 diabetes and avoid complications in people with diabetes.

As a tip, eat three servings of fruits and vegetables everyday and always choose water over unhealthy drinks such as soda, juice, and other drinks that contain an immense amount of sugar. By adopting a healthier lifestyle, you can greatly reduce your risk for Type 2 diabetes.

Though people with Type 1 diabetes can survive through insulin pumps and injections, those with Type 2 diabetes can be maintained by following a healthy meal plan and a program of regular physical activity, losing excess weight and taking medications. 

On this World Diabetes Day, take the pledge to lead a healthier lifestyle so that together we can drastically cut down the number of diabetes cases around the world.

For more information on World Diabetes Day, check out one of our Health and Wellness Speakers. For more information on diabetes prevention, check out CDC.gov.

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Celebrate Veterans Day With The Top Ten Veteran Speakers of 2014

Happy Veterans Day!

veteransdayIn honor of this day, we here at Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau put together a list of admirable veterans who have dedicated their lives to serving this amazing country.

#1. Rocky Bleier

Rocky Bleier is a real inspiration – he earned a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart, beat the odds by overcoming his combat injuries and returned to the gridiron to become a champion. As both a war veteran and four-time Super Bowl champion, Bleier explores the structural and emotional aspects individuals and organizations need to reach their greatest potential. 

#2. Charlie Plumb

Charlie Plumb is a former Vietnam War captive who motivates and teaches audiences the qualities of survival and overcoming obstacles. One of the most sought-after achievement speakers of his time, Charlie Plumb’s presentations are as he is, sincere, straightforward, humorous, and tailored to motivate each specific audience he encounters. 

#3. Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch

Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch is a renowned, charismatic, passionate and influential speaker with a mission to empower the next generation of leaders. She is an army veteran and community leader who speaks on how ethics, compassion, service and diversity make a positive impact in our lives. 

#4. Mike Abrashoff

Mike Abrashoff is a former Commander of the USS Benfold and author of the best selling book It’s Your Ship Mike Abrashoff challenges and inspires audiences to rethink their beliefs about leadership and organizational culture. His powerful talks are tailored to suit: improve engagement, execution, leadership skills, teamwork, innovation and more.

#5. Michael Strobl

Michael Strobl enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1983. He was commissioned a second lieutenant, and served around the world in various duties as a field artilleryman. His personal memoir “Taking Chance” has appeared in numerous books and was included in the 2007 documentary “Operation Homecoming” and was nominated for an Academy Award and an Emmy Award.

#6. Gerald Coffee

Captain Gerald Coffee, is considered one of the nation’s top speakers, addressing thousands of people a year across a broad spectrum of corporate America and to international groups as well. In his message of going “Beyond Survival,” Jerry draws not only from insights derived from the prison experience, but also from the perspective of his unique experiences since then.

#7. Waldo Walderman

Lt. Col. (ret.) Rob ‘Waldo’ Waldman – The Wingman – is a professional leadership speaker and author of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller Never Fly Solo. Waldo combines real world business experience and a background as a fighter pilot into an exciting program that empowers attendees to break performance barriers in highly competitive environments.

#8. Vernice “Fly Girl” Armour

Vernice “FlyGirl” Armour knows a little something about focus, commitment, and defying the odds. As a popular inspirational leadership speaker, Armour shares a seven-step process called the “Zero to Breakthrough Success Plan” in her powerful presentations to help organizations adopt a breakthrough mentality. 

#9. Carey “Vixen” Lohrenz

Carey Lohrenz knows what it takes to win in one of the highest pressure, extreme environments imaginable: in the cockpit at Mach 2. She is uniquely qualified in the fundamentals of winning under pressure, reducing errors and overcoming obstacles. Her mastery of these fundamentals can help your team triumph in this high-risk, time crunched world. 

#10. Vincent “Vinny” Boles

Vincent “Vinny” Boles’ expertise is in leading people and building the teams in large organizations to accomplish the toughest tasks (supporting our deployed sons and daughters) under the toughest conditions (combat). He creates a climate that not only encourages your people to give their best but also ensures that your team’s best gets better.

 

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Who Are The Top Business Keynote Speakers for 2015 Conferences and Conventions

We’re counting down the Top 10 business speakers for corporate and association conferences & conventions in 2015.  These professional speakers are former CEOs, leadership and team professionals, experts to help organizations grow and increase their profit. The key ingredient to their credibility is success. This top 10 list is accumulated from business Speakers who have a stellar reputation with meeting and event planners, as well as most requested and booked. 

 

And here’s the Top 10 list from Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau.

 

 

 

1) Mark Thompson
Mark’s picture must be in the dictionary for success. He is the CEO and cofounder of Virgin Unite Mentors, Sir Richard Branson’s network for executive coaching and entrepreneurial innovation and is a Founding Patron of Virgin Unite’s Entrepreneurship Centre. He was also Charles Schwab’s former Chief of Staff, Chief Customer Experience Officer, Chief Communications Officer and cofounder of the Schwab Foundation. You can also add that he has served on the Board of Directors of Best Buy, Korn Ferry and Interwoven (now owned by HP).

 

2) Josh Linkner
Josh is a NY Times Bestselling Author, Founder and former CEO/Chariman of ePrize (largest interactive promotion agency in the world), and CEO and Managing Partner of Detroit Venture Partners. That’s sound like success, right!

 

3) Laura Schwartz
Laura’s a bestselling author of Eat, Drink & Succeed, a TV commentator, AND former White House Director of Events (under the Clinton Administration). She’s a perfect speaker who can help you with the keys to building better partnerships and relationships inside and outside the office.

 

4) Bill Rancic
Bill was the first winner on the hit show The Apprentice. He also stars with his wife Giuliana on the E! Network — but even more, he is an amazingly successful entrepreneur. He truly knows how to seize an opportunity.

 

5) Polly LaBarre
Polly is a bestselling author, speaker, and entrepreneur. She was a member of the original team of Fast Company magazine, where she was senior editor for the better part of a decade. 

 

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6) Sara Blakely
Creator of Spanx and ASSETS. Blakely took $5,000 in savings and began her adventure in the $2 billion male-dominated hosiery industry.

 

7) Mike Abrashoff
Mike was the former Commander of the USS Benfold and author of It’s Your Ship. Talk about leadership!

 

8) Marshall Goldsmith
Marshall is the million-selling author or editor of 34 books, including the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There – a WSJ #1 business book and winner of the Harold Longman Award for Business Book of the Year. He provides top-rated leadership training for executives that ensures they achieve and sustain long-term, positive behavioral change.

 

9) Tom Flick
As a former NFL quarterback, Tom helps people become effective leaders and to look at things from a different perspective in order to find new ideas for approaching challenges and moving things forward.

 

10) Tim Sanders
Tim focuses on the importance of relationships in running a business and asserts that everyone in an organization is important to its growth and should not be overlooked. 

View additional top business speakers here. Is there one you’re looking for? Let us know: info@eaglestalent.com

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Who Are the Top Motivational Speakers for 2015 Conferences and Conventions

It’s time to countdown the Top 10 motivational speakers for conferences and conventions in 2015.  These professional speakers are inspiring newsmakers, professional athletes, and people who know a thing or two about success and overcoming adversity. This list is generated from Motivational Speakers who are trending with meeting and event planners, most requested, as well as the most booked. 

 

And here’s the Top 10 list from Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau.

 

 

 

1) Stephanie Decker
Stephanie is a hero mom who lost both of her legs saving her children during a tornado. Her story reach far beyond as she inspires audiences to be limitless. Also, she was recently named a finalist in the L’Oreal Women of Worth for the work she does with her Stephanie Decker Foundation. Learn more about that here.

 

2) Barbara Corcoran
While many know her from the hit TV show Shark Tank, Barbara is a true entrepreneur and real estate mogul who provides the right spark of inspiration to an audience. 

 

3) Amelia Rose Earhart
Amelia Rose Earhart flew same flight plan that the original Amelia took. This legacy inspired Amelia Rose each day to chase and accomplish her own adventures. In her keynote, she encourages her audience to set goals and not give up on them.

 

4) Anne Mahlum
Anne M. Mahlum is a social entrepreneur who created the organization called Back on My Feet. It uses the power of running to change the way those experiencing homelessness see themselves so they can make real change in their lives. ​

 

5) Robyn Benincasa
Motivation! Inspirational! Leadership! Teamwork! … basically, everything.  

 

Who is the best keynote speaker for your group? Get your answer here. 


6) Archie Manning

He was a leader in the NFL huddle, father to two future Hall of Famers, and continues to score touchdowns with organizations on the platform.

 

7) David Trumble
David is an award-winning artist, author, illustrator, and a new trending motivational speaker. He inspires audience by getting them to use their creativity and embrace the canvas of possibilities. 

 

8) Robert Fogarty
Fogarty’s award winning keynote address and portrait shoot explores the subtle and powerful connections that link colleagues, clients, and staff around the world.

 

9) Bill Rancic
He got on the map via Donald Trump’s first Apprentice. Now he’s the picture for success in the dictionary.

 

10) Mark Thompson
Mark has worked with some of the top business people (such as Sir Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, and Charles Schwab), so he really understands engagement, passion, and success.

View additional top motivational speakers here. Is there one you’re looking for? Let us know: info@eaglestalent.com

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SoundCloud Clip of the Week: Norm Bossio, Leading Management Consultant

In celebration of our SoundCloud page, we here at Eagles Talent Speakers Bureau want to acknowledge our most popular keynote speaker on SoundCloud this week….

Norm Bossio

Norm Bossio is an independent management consultant, trainer, and public speaker who provides technical assistance and training in a wide variety of management areas throughout the private and public sectors. Norm shows you how to take control of your life, get your priorities straight, put your family first, and use the gifts that you have been given to deal with difficult people.

Listen to Norm in action here!

Want more? Check out the full clip here!

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