Jonathan Fields describes himself as “a giddy dad, husband, New Yorker, multi-time health & fitness industry entrepreneur, recovering S.E.C./mega-firm hedge-fund lawyer, slightly-warped, unusually-stretchy, spiritually-inclined, obsessed with creation, small-biz and online marketing-catalyst, speaker, direct-response copywriter, entrepreneur-coach, yoga-teacher, columnist, author, once-a-decade hook-rug savant, pro-blogger and career renegade™…gone wild.”

It’s this last bit which has brought Jonathan to global acclaim with his Career Renegade book guiding people who want to redesign their life and work, to focus around the things that they love to do – while still earning.

You can get Jonathan’s highly recommended book – Career Renegade: How to Make a Great Living Doing What You Love

logoiconYour Career Renegade book has been an inspiration to many people, what books have inspired you in 2009?

Jonathan FieldsFierce Leadership, The Servant Leader, Trust Agents, How We Decide, Predictably Irrational and Green Eggs and Ham (an oldie, but a goodie!)


logoiconThe UK is seeing a rise in people working differently, do you plan to visit the UK to share your Renegade thoughts?

Jonathan FieldsA UK visit might be on the schedule for 2010, but likely for something more substantial than a talk or a signing, so stay tuned

logoiconYou’ve been on Twitter since Jan 2008, how do you make sure it’s not just a sap on your time?

Jonathan FieldsWhenever I can, I try to batch my twitter time into bursts of engagement, rather than keep it running all day long. And, I use Tweetdeck

Twitter.com/JonathanFields

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