The pursuit of happiness is the biggest goal of all, but many people still feel unhappy. Ask yourself; what can we do to build happier lives for ourselves? If we really want to be happier, what can we do differently? Finding happiness isn't easy and life often gets in the way happiness doesn't just happen, people need a clearer vision of attainable happiness, defined in simple terms - people need a plan.
The Happiness Plan is therefore well timed. It offers an accessible set of simple observations about how any individual can be happier, here and now, by choice, self-awareness and practice. It offers 6 happiness plans with provocative questions to involve the reader in a process of defining happiness according to his or her own values. Whether the reader wants every kind of happiness, or is interested in just one, each happiness plan draws on thought leadership, research and life experience, and the book finishes with a chapter on turning the plan into reality.