If you’ve arrived here, you’ve either booked Jonathan to speak or are covering his various projects and creations in some form of media. Either way, below, you’ll find all the assets you’ll need, from bios to speaking topics, images, icons and book cover images to integrate into your story or promotional materials. The two headshots with stark black backgrounds should include a credit to photographer Eric Michael Pearson. The images of Jonathan wearing red flannel or the blue shirt with a brown jacket should include a credit to photographer Nick Onken.
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One-liner: Jonathan Fields is dad, husband, award-winning author, executive-producer/host of the top-ranked Good Life Project® podcast and chief artichect behind the Sparketypes®, an archetyping system and set of tools tapped by over 400,000 individuals and organizations to identify and embrace and cultivate work that makes people come alive, and equip organizations and leaders to better inspire extraordinary work.
Full-bio: Jonathan Fields is a national bestselling author and the founder of Good Life Project®, one of the top-ranked podcasts in the world with a giant, global, mission-driven community. The Wall Street Journal hailed Good Life Project as one of the top self-development podcasts, and Apple recently picked it out of more than 700,000 others to be featured on-stage during its legendary annual event.
An innovator in the field of human potential, Fields is also the chief architect behind the Sparketypes®, a ground-breaking archetyping system and set of tools tapped by over 4000,000 individuals and organizations to identify and embrace work that makes people come alive, and equip organizations and leaders to better inspire extraordinary work.
Jonathan’s most-recent book, How to Live a Good Life, became an instant national bestseller and #1 audiobook on Audible. His prior book, Uncertainty: Turning Fear and Doubt Into Fuel For Brilliance, was named #1 Personal Development Book by 800-CEO-READ. He is currently at work on a forthcoming book on the Sparketypes. Jonathan and his work have been featured widely in the media, including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, FastCompany, Entrepreneur, Forbes, Inc., O Magazine, Vogue, Elle, Allure, Outside, Mind+Body, The Mel Robbins Show, and many others.