Don’t Throw Tomatoes at My Field of Dreams!
When life gives you over-ripened tomatoes, make some ketchup! A Southern Humorist then adds salsa to spice it up!
Personal accountability is the first step to any successful outcome. How do businesses increase peak performance and bottom line productivity? Inspire responsibility in those that work for you by letting them know they make a difference.
Filled with poignant stories of success, hard lessons and enlightening humor, Jane shares business and life strategies learned while working in her father’s tomato fields as a young girl. Jane’s humorous storytelling focuses on personal accountability to increase peak performance and bottom line productivity.
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Why Book Jane Jenkins Herlong?
Jane Jenkins Herlong is a Sirius XM Humorist, international best-selling/award-winning author, professional singer, recording artist and award-winning professional speaker.
A recent inductee into the prestigious Speaker Hall of Fame, Jane is one of the 232 men and women to be awarded this honor including former U.S. President Ronald Reagan and General Colin L. Powell. Jane also has achieved the distinction of Certified Speaker Professional by the National Speakers Association.
Jane’s newest international book, “Rhinestones on My Flip-Flops: Choosing Extravagant Joy in the Midst of Everyday Mess-ups,” is published by the Hachette Book Group and an Amazon best-seller. Jane’s third book, “Bury Me with My Pearls” is also an Amazon Best-Seller and was awarded the Gold Medal in the Illumination Book Awards and Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year.
Her award-winning singing and humor is featured on Sirius XM Radio and Pandora Internet Radio along with Jeff Foxworthy, Ray Romano and Jerry Seinfeld. She criss‐crosses the country sharing her “down‐ home principles delivered with uptown humor.” Jane has also spoken in New Zealand and Germany and is fluent in four languages: English, Southern, Northern and Lowcountry Gullah (gul‐la).
Jane’s keen sense of humor evolved from being labeled Dyslexic and constantly told, “You can’t do that!” Jane changed the word NO to NEXT and the rest is what dreams are made of. Audiences learn the healing power of humor when handling negative people and circumstances for more productive, positive living. Jane’s life stories and humor leave audiences with the same message she lives- “prove people wrong and laugh while living your dreams.”
With a sense of humor and smart work, Jane traveled from the rows of her family farm to the runway of the Miss America Pageant all the way to performing at Radio City Music Hall. She graduated from college with the highest honors voted by her peers and continued on to graduate school. Her successes continued to pile up from there. Today, Jane travels around the world featured at speaking events in New Zealand and Germany as well as several venues around the United States. Jane has also had the pleasure of sharing the stage with several noteworthy people such as Dr. Charles Stanley, General Colin Powell, Rudolph Giuliana and the late Charlton Heston.