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Good Life Project

By Jonathan Fields

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Description

Inspirational, unfiltered conversations and stories about finding meaning, happiness, purpose, inspiration, creativity, motivation, spirituality, love, confidence and success in life. From iconic world-shakers like Elizabeth Gilbert, Brene Brown, Sir Ken Robinson, Seth Godin and Gretchen Rubin to everyday people, every story matters.

Customer Reviews

Just Listened - JJ Virgin

Yes, Yes, Yes. I am so glad to have MORE information about sugar and it’s effects on mY health.

The only thing that prevents me from hitting 5 stars is my time and ability to listen distraction free for an hour. Sometimes I want to capture new information in slightly smaller chunks of time, say 30 minutes.

Love this podcast!

Jonathan Fields is a great interviewer and I always feel motivated and inspired after listening to one of these episodes. I never miss an episode :)

So Much Deeper than an "Interview."

Of course if you scroll down you're going to see a lot of 5 Star reviews. Why? First because Jonathan has a zillion fans! But beyond that because not only does he invite completely fascinating people doing interesting and important work in this world, but because Jonathan is much more than a "talking-head" interviewer that had some flunky staff-member brief him in "Clift-notes" an hour before the "guest" arrives. He isn't just asking questions—it isn't a mere interview—it is a true conversation in which (those if us that have been following Jonathan for any length of time know) not only will the person being "interviewed" of course have something worthwhile to listen to, but our ears perk up when Jonathan speaks as well because we know he isn't just yapping to stroke his ego. Not only does he actually have something noteworthy to add to the conversation, but that his input with wring an even deeper input in the conversation from his guest.

No doubt that any author—after answering and re-answering slightly different variations of the same questions—might tend to slip unto "auto-pilot" and dish out rote answers. That is never going to happen in a Jonathan Fields interview.