The Flourishing Experiment

Jonathan Fields is a serial entrepreneur, highly sought-after keynote speaker, author, personal trainer, yoga teacher, dad, husband, podcaster, and “assistant” camp director who runs (along with his world-class team) a mission-driven media and education venture called the Good Life Project. Jonathan and Kari discuss how to live a good life, which happens to be the title of Jonathan’s third book, How to Live a Good Life. They talk about topics such as how small, consistent actions create big changes, how to find your people, vitality, the power of connection, and contribution in the world. Serena Marie, RD, reveals research that promotes juicing and souping as a way to jumpstart weight loss and why she is not a fan of this practice.

2017 is the year of the Flourishing Experiment! If you’d like to join a group to help you with your habits and resolutions, or create a Flourishing experiment yourself, reach out to Kari at for more information.

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Today’s episode is sponsored by HealthIQ. Did you know that as a runner, you could qualify for lower life insurance? HealthIQ is a revolutionary company that is dedicated to helping the health-conscious population receive better insurance rates. To find out more, and to try some really fun quizzes (like Blood Sugar: Ending Your Addiction to Sugar), run over HERE.

Also, today’s episode is sponsored by Trinity Medical. Trinity’s mission is to help patients “nurture their bodies, minds, and spirits to help them achieve wellness.” Sugar is definitely something that Trinity does not recommend. You can check out their YouTube channel to learn more about the “Trinity Way” to holistic health.

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