Let’s start, as I often do, with a tangent.
There’s a lot of ‘this-just-in’ trendy info that covers almost every aspect of Happiness.
Gretchen Rubin is the author of several books, including the #1 New York Times and international bestseller, The Happiness Project ~ an account of the year she spent test-driving the wisdom of the ages, the current scientific studies, and the lessons from popular culture about how to be happier. On her blog, The Happiness Project, she reports on her daily adventures in the pursuit of happiness.
In the expanding universe of TED talks, Dan Gilbert will surprise you with his take on science of Happiness.
Malcolm Gladwell offers up the nature of choice and Happiness with a story about spaghetti sauce.
There’s plenty more chatter here about Happiness ~ how to buy it, how to design it, how to measure it.
But at Happster.com, it’s not about pursuing Happiness. It’s about making someone else happy.
Happsters make other people happy. Through random acts of Happiness, they make the world a better place.
What’s better than spreading happiness and brightening someone’s day?
Each day in June, Happsters are writing a note to someone to tell that person how much they are appreciated.
Like the idea? I do. I’m a Happster. Join me, become an official Happster and get free Happy Notes here: http://tinyurl.com/imahappster. Happster’s goal is to have 10,000 Happsters spreading happiness in their communities by 2014.
What are you waiting for? Join the movement. Spread the word. Make someone happy. www.happsters.com.