The Good Life means something a little different for everyone. Are some people just more fortunate? Or can we have a strategy to create the good life for ourselves? Today we’re going to explore some key aspects of a good life and along the way offer you specific steps to create your personal version of the good life in this enlightening conversation with the leader of the Good Life Project, Jonathan Fields.
A dad, husband, serial entrepreneur, growth strategist and award-winning author, Jonathan Fields inspires possibility. He runs a mission-driven media and education venture called Good Life Project®, inspiring a global community to live more meaningful, connected and vital lives. Jonathan and his team produce a top-rated podcast and video series with millions of listens and views in more than 150 countries.
Jonathan has built a number of community-driven ventures, taught everything from yoga and mindfulness to entrepreneurship, branding, and innovation. He encourages mission-driven entrepreneurship, creating innovative cultures and living good lives.
He is regularly featured in more media outlets than we can ever name and speaks globally for organizations and mega-events such as SXSW and World-Domination Summit.
We’re diving into is Jonathan’s latest book, How To Live A Good Life: Soulful Stories, Surprising Science and Practical Wisdom.
“There is no possibility without uncertainty.”
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