#StellarLeaderShow 9: with Jonathan Fields
Jonathan Fields is a fellow New Yorker, parent, a serial entrepreneur, growth strategist, and an award-winning writer.
Through his mission-driven media and education business, Good Life Project, Jonathan leads a global community in the quest to live more meaningful, connected and vital lives. With his wife, he’s also built a number of community-driven ventures or, as he calls them, Businesses of Belonging™, teaching everything from yoga and mindfulness to entrepreneurship, branding, and innovation.
October marks the release of Jonathan’s newest book, How to Live a Good Life: Soulful Stories, Surprising Science and Practical Wisdom.
- How he pivoted away from a high-powered law career in Government enforcement to become a serial entrepreneur.
- How he started the Good Life Project without any real business or marketing plan and has grown it into a highly successful personal development business.
- His tips for recovering when, as an entrepreneur, things don’t turn out your way.
- Why, as a leader, he hires people who are smarter than he is so he can always be “the stupidest person in the room.”
- His newest book, How to Live a Good Life: Soulful Stories, Surprising Science and Practical Wisdom, and why he wanted to create a book people would do, rather than a book just to read.
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Hosted by Kimra Luna, the #StellarLeaderShow features inspiring world change-makers, ass-kicking innovators and top business owners who are dedicated to creating change in the lives of others.
Regardless of niche, the women and men that Kimra interviews are ripping up the rulebooks and creating their own success in a way that feels true to them.
Because that’s what it’s all about, right?
Creating a business and brand that feels like a true reflection of yourself.