I love any before-and-after story. Whether it’s in a book, magazine, TV show, movie, play, or wherever I might come across it, once I hear the “before,” I’m hooked; I have to see the “after.”
In fact, the working title of my book Better Than Before was Before and After.
Because of my love for these stories of transformation, it has been thrilling for me to hear reports about how my book The Happiness Project has helped people go from before to after. Ever since The Happiness Project hit the shelves, people have told me stories of how they’ve done their own happiness projects, in their own ways, and how these projects have changed their lives.
If this has been your experience, I’d love to hear about it – whether you’ve been in touch with me before, or whether this is your first time telling me about your before-and-after.
The tenth anniversary of The Happiness Project is coming up (how is it possible ten years have passed?), and I’m working on material for the Tenth Anniversary edition. I’d love to include some stories from readers or listeners about their own happiness projects. These stories might be included in the book, discussed on the Happier podcast, or featured on my site.
It’s fascinating to hear what people tried, what worked for them, and with what result. We can all learn from each other.
So if you have a story to share, please let me know! Email me and tell me about your happiness project.
If you have already written your story on your blog or somewhere else, feel free to leave a link in the comments.
(Featured image photo credit: Kennedy from Elanest.com)
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