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Jonas Koffler is the New York Times and Los Angeles Times bestselling coauthor of HUSTLE: The Power to Charge Your Life with Money, Meaning, and Momentum (Rodale Books USA, Penguin Random House Books UK). The book deals with counterintuitive truths on personal innovation, psychological insights on growth and success, and surprising findings on how we break free of outdated models, experiment and manufacture luck, surface talents and discover what moves us in work and life. It has been translated and published in more than 10 countries. He is represented by Folio Literary for books, and his keynotes, panels, speaking engagements and workshops are managed by Gravity Speakers. For booking information and availability, click here.
Jonas has been featured in or contributed to outlets such as: The New York Times, NPR, MarketPlace, FastCompany, Time, Yahoo!, Fortune, Self, and Success Magazines. He has spoken or given a keynote at conferences such as SXSW, the Future of Work and FestForums, and at venues like The Wharton Club on topics ranging from personal innovation and creativity to self-care and building conscious communities. Jonas advises startups, Fortune 500 and nonprofit organizations in Fintech, E-learning, Health & Wellness, and Media, as well as notable thought leaders. He has contributed to award-winning films, multiple bestselling books and social innovation projects in his career.
Jonas is a founding partner of Radical Wellness Inc. and cohost of the Mental Wellness Summit series, where he has developed revolutionary online programs covering topics in integrated health and wellbeing, and worked with the likes of Dave Asprey, Dr. Daniel Amen, JJ Virgin, Dr. Srini Pillay, Dr. Joan Rosenberg, and Dr. Mark Hyman, among others. He is an award-winning media producer, writer, and partner at Koffler Pictures, where he and his partners focus on the development of documentary films, series, and branded content.
As a stroke survivor turned yoga practitioner, meditator and spiritual seeker, Jonas continues to be a leading voice in driving healing and human potential, and his work has impacted the lives of people around the globe. He is currently developing a narrative feature film biopic, along with the new documentary project We Care Here on musicians and mental health, which is especially important as he lost his younger brother Ben, a musician, to suicide in the spring of 2018.
He and his wife Laura, a wild animal veterinarian and journalist, have explored four continents. They live in Austin, Texas and New York.