Your Happiness Project

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    Identify your aims

    The First Splendid Truth will help you identify areas to tackle in your Happiness Project.
    Ask yourself:

    ▪ What makes you feel good? What gives you joy, energy, fun?

    ▪ What makes you feel bad? What brings you anger, guilt, boredom, dread?

    ▪ What makes you feel right? What values do you want your life to reflect?

    ▪ How can you build an atmosphere of growth—where you learn, explore, build, teach, help?

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    Make and track

    Make resolutions that are concrete and manageable. “Play with my dog each morning” is more effective than “Get more fun out of life.”

    Track your resolutions by finding a way to hold yourself accountable.

    ▪ To see the chart I use to track my own resolutions, as an example, download it here.

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    Join the Discussion

    To join a lively discussion about happiness, visit the Facebook Page.

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    Start a group

    Why start a Happiness Project group?

    Being part of a group is a terrific way to build friendships, have fun, and figure out ways to make yourself happier.

    All around the world, people have started Happiness Project group. They swap ideas, build enthusiasm, give encouragement, and—perhaps most important—hold each other accountable. (Think AA and Weight Watchers.)

    To get the “starter kit” for ideas about launching your own Happiness Project group, download it here.