It’s about building an extraordinary life, deeper relationships and meaningful bodies of work, businesses and movements. It’s about becoming a creator, a leader, a mentor, a giver, a doer. It’s about telling a story with your life that you’d want to read and share.
When GLP founder, Jonathan Fields, published his 2011 Annual Report, he distilled these ideals into something he called The 10 Commandments of Epic Business. These 10 Commandments exploded online, they were downloaded, shared and passed around thousands of times in a matter of hours. People were printing them out, posting them on walls and sharing them with teams, colleagues and friends around the world.
Fields also realized, after sharing the 10 Commandments of Business, they were bigger than just business. They were about life. Living a Good Life. People who embrace them create legendary stories, have more fun, cultivate higher-levels of freedom, touch more lives, leave bigger legacies and, straight up, live better lives. And that’s what this project is about. Opening a vein to the possibility of living differently in the world.
Watch, or listen, to the Good Life Project(tm) founder, Jonathan Fields’ interview with Reiki Master, Pamela Miles below …