Sam Jones is the Founder of several companies and apps (All In, TwentySomeone, TIME score) in the area of mental wellbeing and has been a personal coach to over 300 clients, including many young celebrities and entrepreneurs.After being on Job Seekers Allowance at 21, Sam now works with individuals and global brands, often using his unique T.I.M.E. research to help them perform better and feel better.
He also created an open-to-the-public community of seven-thousand members to provide on the ground learning experiences and workshops for modern-day twenty-somethings.
Sam’s mission is to change the way people attain mental wellbeing and life direction through simple, down-to-earth support. He currently reaches 25 – 35,000 people a week on Instagram, mainly 20-35-year-olds in the UK and US and has led research projects to understand mental wellbeing in young people that reached 5 continents in 12 months.
He has worked with businesses such as Unilever, P&G, ASOS and News UK, from coaching their staff, to helping them to understand millennials and build new brand strategies for them.
Sam’s expertise and authority, gained through the mentoring of pioneering researcher Jeffrey Arnett, in the millennial and emerging adult area ensure that he creates unique tailored keynotes and group learning experiences from the perspective of young people.
He has presented just over 100 keynotes and workshops over the last 7 years, from audiences of 10 to 250 people, and his down to earth and laid-back style make him a great speaker for many types of events.
A personal growth strategy for millennials in work
Sam guides you through a workshop – whether you are a millennial or manage them – research-backed exercises to help coach, mentor and develop in the workplace
Coaching Gen Z to great well-being in work & home
Sam is answering organisations challenges by helping their young talent thrive in the working environment. Many coaching techniques and practical strategies can be used by Gen Z and their managers to bring their best into the organisation.
From top 100 business school to benefits, and back
Sam shares his entrepreneurial journey in an all too common tale of grand expectations and harsh reality. He gives a brutally honest insight with practical tips to how he went from benefits post-university to setting up several platforms that are tackling the UK well-being problem.