Jonathan Fields On The “Help Me, Help You” Strategy

by Lori Taylor · 4 comments

When Jonathan Fields forgot about making money and started focusing on helping people, he succeeded beyond his wildest dreams.

Now he sits down with me as the host of One Click Society, to share what he has learned about life, hope and being successful at living…..

“…On September 10, 2001 in Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan, I signed a lease for a floor in a building, not knowing, of course, what I was going to awaken to the next morning. And that was to be a yoga center, which was three blocks away from where I owned my home. I had a three month old baby and married. That was this incredible, seven-year adventure that started in the depths of the darkest hour in Manhattan. Launching a business. We literally launched a business into an eight million strong funeral. It was just a really weird, ethereal, horrifying time in Manhattan. But it turned into a business which was helping a lot of people. In turn, because we really tapped that and we really focused on the help side of it rather than the making money side, it blossomed into what it needed to. And seven years later, I sold that company and really started focusing in on the online world and on really diving a lot deeper into the marketing and also writing. I love writing. I signed my first book deal. I’m working on my second book. That has kind of brought me to where we are today.”

Don’t miss the rest of my interview with Jonathan Fields on my show One Click Society at Positive World Radio Network. He could call himself a social media guru, but he doesn’t. Click here to listen.

Click here to download the entire transcript of my conversation with Jonathan Fields

Lori Taylor


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Ellen February 10, 2011 at 9:20 am

It’s really a good feeling when you help people in your own way. I guess the feedback would always be better. A very inspiring post!


Lori Taylor February 13, 2011 at 8:29 am

Thank you Ellen for stopping by. It is a good feeling to pay it forward and help those as you remember people who helped you along your journey. Even remembering those who didn’t help but could have, and promising I’d never be like them has driven me forward.


Sarah March 12, 2011 at 2:00 am

Great interview, Lori! That was a really interesting intervew to listen to. 🙂


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