How to Live a Good Life – The Simple “3 Bucket” System by Jonathan Fields

by Corbett Barr
Martin Seligman, the father of the field of positive psychology, famously said in a 1999 speech that “psychology was half-baked.” He was referring to the fact that psychology up to that point had really focused just on mental illness and on repairing damage. He then said, “…that’s only half of it. The other side’s unbaked, the side of strength, the side of what we’re good at.Read the full article

How to Live a Good Life – The Simple “3 Bucket” System by Jonathan Fields

Jonathan Fields has long been an amateur positive psychologist of sorts. He’s been a wall street lawyer, a personal trainer, a successful gym owner, an entrepreneur, author, and media producer. Maybe you’ve heard of Jonathan through his Good Life Project podcast or YouTube interviews. Through all of his work, Jonathan has always been pulled back to the central idea of what makes a truly good life. His new book How to Live a Good Life sports a bold title, and promise. Can instructions for living a good life really be boiled down into one simple book? In this excerpt from our interview, Jonathan explains his simple framework and I marvel at how similar "living a good life" is to becoming a successful entrepreneur. See the full blog post here: https://fizzle.co/sparkline/how-to-live-a-good-life