Good Life Links: Juicy Goodness From Around the Web

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Thought I’d share a few awesome Good Life Links today –

First, a little picture I took while learning to print letterpress at The Arm in Brooklyn last weekend with the wife and kiddo –

Now, on to the links…

Reclaim Dinner – Love this fun and healthy (and free) 30-day initiative to bring families back together for dinner. The data on how this can impact kids is pretty jaw-dropping. It kicks off Monday, so go sign up today.

The Complete Executive – Crazy cool business coach, Karen Wright’s new book, The Complete Executive is dropping next week. I’ve read an early edition (and blurbed it, which I don’t do a lot, but it’s that good). Love her approach, you can’t kick ass in biz, unless you also kick ass in life.

Neil Young Comes Clean – Amazing, in-depth profile of Neil in the New York Times.

Famous Writer’s Cottages – Love this collection of small, mostly spartan cottages where some of the world’s greatest writers have created magic.

$100 Change Initiative – Inspired by Chris Guillebeau’s epic “$100,000 seed investment” at this year’s World Domination Summit, Natalie Sisson is looking to raise the stakes and stake more people to do more good.

Cain’s Arcade Global Cardboard Challenge – Inspired by the original short film that launched a global movement, Caine and his buddies are kicking off a new benevolent and fun challenge in October.

Daring Greatly – Brene Brown’s new book on the power of vulnerability is out and it’s amazing! I had the pleasure of interviewing her for Good Life Project this week, so stay very tuned.

David Ogilvy’s 10 Tips on Writing – A classic list of what good writing looks like.

Eat Me cookie stamp – You just gotta love this! Courtesy of the amazingly cool SwissMiss.

With gratitude,


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3 responses to “Good Life Links: Juicy Goodness From Around the Web”

  1. Joseph says:

    Jonathan this is awesome! I’d love to see this on a more regular basis. Thanks for sharing all this goodness…

  2. Loved this post! Visited several of your links, and even posted your original art to Pinterest (hope you don’t mind). Thanks.

  3. Lindsey says:

    Such great links, thank you – wonderful. And that photograph: just perfect for this Saturday night! xo