Today on The Lively Show I’m talking with another host of a podcast you might know… Jonathan Fields!
Jonathan is the force behind the YouTube channel and podcast, Good Life Project. He’s interviewed hundreds of thought leaders (like Seth Godin), creatives (like Marie Forleo and Milton Glaser), and mission-minded people (like Brené Brown).
In today’s show, we are looking at various aspects of his own life, his findings on intuition and uncertainty, and he shares his (brilliant!) “three basket theory” that has changed the way I approach my life and work.
This episode is perfect for anyone looking to get a huge dose of inspiration, thoughtful insights on uncertainty, and a new way to look at getting the most out of every aspect of your life.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL FIND OUT ABOUT
- What inspired him to start The Good Life Project.
- How Jonathan makes choices so that he can be more present in the lives of his wife and daughter.
- He explains his method of meditating and how his meditation practice helps him in his everyday life and with the creative process.
- What it means to align our actions with our essence rather than living reactively to other peoples’ agendas.
- Why it’s okay and even exciting to not have it all figured out.
- Why uncertainty is a good thing and what we give up when we avoid it.
- The daily rituals and routines that can help fuel creativity.
- Why he believes that making decisions from the intuition rather than the rational brain can be scary yet powerful.
- His counter-intuitive theory of the 3 buckets and why he believes that you can improve and strengthen one area in your life by focusing on the other areas.
- What Jonathan would tell someone just starting out on this journey.
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