I can’t remember when I first met Jonathan Fields. It has to be at least four years ago and while I might not remember the date, I’ve always remembered him. He’s the kind of guy who instantly calms the room when he steps across the door threshold. The introvert who has just enough extrovert in him to be one of the kindest people you’ll ever meet.
Well, it’s qualities like that in a human being that make it an honor to participate in anything Jonathan’s doing. That’s why when he invited me to be a part of his interview series The Good Life Project, it was not only an honor. It was impossible to say no — and frankly, a little intimidating.
Jonathan came to Boulder back in June of this year and we sat down in an ever-so-swank house at the base of Boulder Canyon and rapped for about 45 minutes. From what’s been to what’s next, thsi is probably the most intimate and philosphical interview I’ve ever given. I’m my naturally fidgety self and was delighted to be able to curl up in a chair and do the entire thing barefoot.
Now, a bit more about Jonathan’s The Good Life Project.
Some of my favorite interviews:
If you dig The Good Life Project, check them out on Facebook and get the entire series for free on iTunes.
So tell me — what’s YOUR definition of a Good Life? You can hear mine in the last 3 minutes of the interview. Share yours with me below in the comments.