What does it mean to live a good life?
Is it about health, wealth, friendship, love, passion, purpose, all, some, or none of the above? Are there things that really matter that are fairly simple to cultivate, no matter your circumstance, but that most of us miss?
And, maybe most important, what can we DO - how much is in our control - to live our best lives, no matter how circumstance meets us?
We've been studying thesequestions for the past 20 years.
We’ve been given rare access to a global collective of luminaries, in every industry and circumstance imaginable.
From renowned scientists and leading voices in spirituality, philosophy, and art to innovators and change-makers in industry, psychology, innovation, education, and activism. CEOs and founders, painters, writers, even Oscar-winning actors, iconic musicians have populated the quest. And, along the way, I’ve run my own experiments, built my own organizations and had the good fortune to teach tens-of-thousands from all over the world.
And what we’ve found is that, no matter who you are, what you do, or what life brings your way, the question of what it means to live a good life resonates at the core of every single one of us.
And it’s more important now than ever.
Because, everything’s changed. Our lives have been upended. The way we live, work, love, play, connect, think, and feel is shifting seemingly moment-to-moment. All of the external elements we relied on as markers of success, happiness, connection, safety … it’s all up in the air.
This is a moment of great stress, and in some cases, loss and reckoning. But it’s also a moment of great potential and possibility.
But, before we can do that, we’ve got to get honest about where we are.Now. Today.
Think of it this way...
Life can be viewed as three categories which we call the Good Life Buckets:
Your Vitality Bucket
Your Connection Bucket
Your Contribution Bucket
Here’s the scary part…
The average person’s Vitality Bucket scored a 56 out of 100
The average person’s Contribution Bucket scored a 62 out of 100
The average person’s Connection Bucket scored a 66 out of 100
Still, there is incredible news. Especially for you...
But of course, we’ve gotta start where we are. Be honest about it. No judgment at all.
So, go ahead...
It’ll take just a few minutes and once you’re done, to help get you started, we'll be sharing our five day Good Life Challenge by email, with lots of FREE bucket-filling wisdom, tips, and actionable information you can use to take immediate steps on making your life better.