After being the drummer for the band Big Daddy Weave for over 13 years, Jeff Jones recently left the group to share with others how they can truly live a life of purpose.
Jeff joined us on Studio10 and speaks to students weekly about how the decisions they make will have an impact on the future by remembering to be W.I.S.E. The acronym he created stands for What I Sacrifice Everyday. Jeff has a website where you can get weekly inspirational updates as well as get his FREE book "Drumming Up Business" as a pdf download.
Here's more about Jeff Jones:
Having played the drums for 28 years with several bands, including Dove Award winning contemporary Christian band Big Daddy Weave, Jeff discovered he had another dream that would not be denied. JeffDrummer.com is a look into his life exploring the many experiences on the road as the drummer with Big Daddy Weave and the way those experiences developed him into the speaker, entrepreneur and author he is today".
Jeff started speaking to groups, whenever possible, while on the road with Big Daddy Weave . Creating an acronym that reminds students to think about their daily choices, Jeff reminds them to be W.I.S.E. by remembering What I Sacrifice Everyday.
He has an extreme passion to share with others the principles he has learned that can enable them to have a more fulfilling life. Recently after Jeff spoke to a group of students, this is what was said of the event: "My students were captivated. Jeff's talk was real, relevant, dynamic, and inspiring. My cell phone was flooded with text from students after he spoke about how they were determined to make W.I.S.E. choices in their lives. Jeff was a catalyst for change in my students."
- Jeff Roberts, Student pastor/South Coast Church-Mobile, AL
He also started a custom drumstick business in February of 2009. He started with one client and a budget of $500.00 and set a goal of 25 clients by the end of the year. He was blown away to exceed his goal only 8 months later! He currently works with over 85 clients, including Casting Crowns, Hillsong United, 311 and many more.
Jeff Jones Contact Info:
Phone: (888) 280-1710
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