Good Life Project Goes Live: This. Changes. Everything.

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For nearly a decade, I’ve had a vision to build a single venture devoted to equipping a new generation of entrepreneurs and world-changers with the knowledge, tools, mindset and support needed to do amazing things in business and life.

Today, that vision becomes reality with the launch of Good Life Project™ (GLP) and GoodLifeProject.com.

So, what is it?

GLP 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.

Good Life Project™  is based on a simple proposition…

People who embrace the 10 Commandments of Epic Business create legendary stories, build world-shaking businesses, earn whatever they need to live well and give well, have way more fun, cultivate high-levels of freedom, touch more lives, leave bigger legacies and, straight up, live better lives.

To build what we’re here to build, we need three things:

1. Knowledge.

We need to learn how to:

  • Build a peak-state mindset
  • Align who we are with what we do
  • Craft hyper-effective business models & growth strategies
  • Master the psychology of influence and behavioral change
  • Re-envision service, sales and marketing from the position of delight
  • Hand craft a deliberate culture of joy and embrace soul as a business ideal
  • Do a deep dive into the 10 Commandments of Epic Business

2. Hands-on, Individualized Mentoring.

We all need regular, direct access to a mentor with a proven track record, both of success in business and success in teaching, guiding and mentoring, who takes a deep interest in your success, not just in business, but in life. Someone to provide honest feedback, insights, deep knowledge, hold you accountable and speak truth when everyone around you won’t. And, maybe most important, someone who defines success not just in money and power, but in bigger “good life” terms (joy, fun, presence, lightness, impact, connection and, yes, enough money to live well and give well).

3. Circle of Champions.

We all need a close-knit, like-minded group of people with a deep, enduring connection who agree to support, rally behind, teach, help, inspire and serve as powerhouse sounding boards, collaborators and confidants.

What if you could experience these 3 critical pieces of the puzzle right now?

The mindset and business strategies needed to flourish like never before. The direct input of a trusted mentor. And the support of a small group of driven, compassionate world-shakers and friends?

And what if you could do this while traveling to some of the coolest locations in the Western Hemisphere? Immersing yourself not only in knowledge and support, but a whirlwind of transformational experiences and challenges in some of the lushest and most adventurous places on the planet?

What might your business look like a year from now? After you’ve filled your tank with the knowledge needed to build business on a whole different level, encoded a visionary mindset, and had the adventure of a lifetime with an intimate group of friends that have become your biggest champions? How will that affect not only your business, but your life?

If this sounds even remotely interesting, I’ve made something very cool & fun for you to watch…

And it all starts with a man, a trampoline, and a single question, the answer to which may well determine your success and happiness in business and in life.

Click here to learn all about it out now

(Even if you have no interest at all, head on over and watch the first 20-seconds, it’ll leave a giant smile on your face for the rest of the day!)

Big love, big happiness & big success!

 

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14 responses

14 responses to “Good Life Project Goes Live: This. Changes. Everything.”

  1. Galen Pearl says:

    Even though I’m retired now and not looking for a new career, I find your blog relevant to many types of projects, and in some ways relevant to life in general. Think about this post–Knowledge, Mentoring, and Champions are components of a successful life, not only a successful business. Great blog.

    • Jonathan Fields says:

      Absolutely, the more aligned your work is with who you are, the more seamlessly these ideas apply

  2. Ian says:

    Jonathan – wow!

    What an amazing initiative and wishing you all the very best with it. I’m sure you’ll find it very difficult to get to just 20. May GLP be even more than you have imagined.

    Do keep us posted of progress and also at some stage would love to be able to access (purchase) some of the material you’re using.

    Congratulations and God bless.

    Ian
    Sydney, Australia

  3. Shawn Tuttle says:

    You are giving voice to a primal urge of a whole generation of change-makers. Thank you! I’m heading over now…

  4. Rachael says:

    Hi Jonathan

    I’m excited to take a look at this but can’t get past this post. It just keeps linking me back to it.

    Am I the only one struggling with this? Clicking the wrong thing? Even typing the URL in directly brings me back here 🙁

    Help! I want to smile with the man and the trampoline!

    • Jonathan Fields says:

      Hey Rachel,

      NOPE! You’re not going crazy, lol.

      There is something that’s occasionally wonky, we’re told because the url used to forward to my blog before the actual site went live.

      If you do a hard refresh to clean out your browser cache, that should take care of it.

      Or try typing in this full url – http://www.goodlifeproject.com – or just clicking on it here.

      Let me know if that works. And apologies for the confusion.

  5. First of all, the production of the video was really spectacular. I really dig how the clean and clear vibe encapsulates The Message. I watched it in full last night, and the delivery is just top notch. It built nicely all the way through and made me want to go tackle-hug passers by on the street.

    I’ve read personal & spiritual development blogs for years, but I can’t think of any who really leverage this level of clean production. Kickass!

    I give you mad props for continually sharing your personal and professional aspirations in a way that’s so inclusive of the community you’re building. Each new project is designed to take others along for the ride, and it genuinely comes across as thrilling for you as well.

    Cool stuff. You’re definitely breaking new ground here.
    Thanks, and congrats.

    kc

    • Jonathan Fields says:

      Hey KC, thanks so much for the kind words. Really working to raise the bar with everything I do these days and it feels good!

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  7. Rick Wolff says:

    The guy who gets shot in the arm is less lucky than the people who did not get shot in the arm. So I guess this is not for me.

  8. Cassie says:

    Can we still apply or is it closed? When I click on apply I get nowhere.

    Thanks.

    • Jonathan Fields says:

      Hey Cassie – Ack, it’s a bit too late. The application window closed Sunday night

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