THE MOVEMENT

Good Life Project™ is a movement. A set of shared values. A community. A creed, bundled with a voracious commitment to move beyond words and act. First, as a manifestation of your soul. And then as a quest to have the adventure of a lifetime, and to leave the world around you changed.

It’s about building an extraordinary life, deeper relationships and meaningful bodies of work, businesses and movements. It’s about becoming a creator, a leader, a mentor, a giver, a doer. It's about telling a story with your life that you'd want to read and share.

When GLP founder, Jonathan Fields, published his 2011 Annual Report, he distilled these ideals into something he called The 10 Commandments of Epic Business. These 10 Commandments exploded online, they were downloaded, shared and passed around thousands of times in a matter of hours. People were printing them out, posting them on walls and sharing them with teams, colleagues and friends around the world.

Fields also realized, after sharing the 10 Commandments of Business, they were bigger than just business. They were about life. Living a Good Life. People who embrace them create legendary stories, have more fun, cultivate higher-levels of freedom, touch more lives, leave bigger legacies and, straight up, live better lives. And that's what this project is about. Opening a vein to the possibility of living differently in the world.

We are building a global education and support community for individuals and organizations on a mission to live well and give well; bringing together a world-class faculty to develop and offer intensive, business and lifestyle-innovation trainings, events, experiences, mentoring and peer-support. Our first program, the 10-month GLP Immersion, launched in March 2012, generating more than 100 applications for only 15 spots.

Over the coming months, we'll be launching a selection of new experiences, retreats, trainings and events. If what happened with our first program is any indication, demand for spots will be extremely high. So for earliest notice, be sure you're on our email notice list.

Come join this global community of benevolent world-shakers today!

THE SHOW

Good Life Project™ TV is a weekly web-show hosted by award-winning author, serial-entrepreneur and lifestyle-innovator, Jonathan Fields. We film on location, in the studio and will soon be traveling around the world. Each show is about 40 minutes allowing us to dive deeper, with a focus on storytelling, learning and humanity.

Our guests include acclaimed entrepreneurs, artists, authors and thought leaders. The common theme is - people building deeply-meaningful businesses, bodies of work, movements and careers, as well as world-class experts. But, there's something else, something really important...

We are strongly committed to sharing the stories of both women and men. When Jonathan’s daughter was about 5 years old, he became tired of reading her to sleep with fables where the boy comes riding in and saves the girl. He wanted to raise a strong, empowered, impassioned daughter with his wife. And this was sending the wrong message. Being a writer, Jonathan began to create his own stories (including one about a badass girl detective who solves cases around the neighborhood and just happens to save a few boys).

Fast forward to 2012, Fields daughter has grown up in a household fueled by non-stop creativity and entrepreneurship. She’s exposed to it everyday. But when Jonathan began looking for powerful stories to share with his daughter about women creating great businesses, bodies of work and movements, he became incredibly frustrated at the lack of coverage in mainstream media. In Jonathan’s words, it was “one giant dude-fest.”

So, he decided to take on the challenge himself. If larger media outlets weren’t telling the stories of amazing women, Jonathan would. Which is why one of the core values of GLP TV is a deep commitment to sharing the stories of and spotlighting strong, innovative, creative women and men equally (Production note - In order to accomodate our guests' schedules and our production calendar, we may at times air a series of back-to-back episodes of either men or women, but over time, it will be balanced).

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THE FOUNDER

Jonathan Fields is a dad, husband, serial-entrepreneur, award-winning author, speaker, web show host and mindful innovation strategist.

He is on a mission to help individuals and organizations build better solutions, businesses, art and lives in less time, with more joy and less effort. And he's doing it in a rather unusual way—from the mindset out.

A former S.E.C and hedge-fund lawyer turned serial wellness-industry entrepreneur, author and speaker, Fields has been featured widely in the media, including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Inc., Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Entrepreneur, Forbes, USA Today, Yoga Journal, Vogue, Self, Fitness, Allure, Elle, O Magazine, CNBC, CNN.com, PBS Nightly Report and thousands of other media outlets and websites that sound cool, but don’t impress his daughter all that much.

His latest book, Uncertainty: Turning Fear and Doubt Into Fuel For Brilliance, was named #1 personal development book of 2011 by 800-CEO-Read and has been widely praised by everyone from Zappos CEO, Tony Hseih, to Drive author, Dan Pink, and The Happiness Project’s Gretchen Rubin. Fields first book, Career Renegade, was named a Top 10 Small Business Book by Small Business Trends and a Top 5 Summer Read by MSNBC.

Fields also writes on the crossroads of entrepreneurship, innovation and life at JonathanFields.com, explores life well-lived with acclaimed entrepreneurs, artists and authors and trains entrepreneurs aspiring world-shakers at on his Good Life Project, and runs book-marketing educational venture, TribalAuthor.com. He is also hopelessly addicted to the process of creation. It breathes him.

Jonathan speaks regularly at major conferences, keynotes and leads trainings for organizations of all sizes. When not writing, speaking or building something, you can usually find him dancing around his living room with his wife and daughter….and writing in the third person.

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