"The Happiness Project" by: Gretchen Rubin

How many times have you found yourself wondering why you are not as happy as you could be? There are plenty of times that I am sit at my desk and I start to wonder things like, “am I on the right career path?,” “what would make me truly happy?,” or “what does being happy really mean?”.

Gretchen Rubin asked herself the same question one day and decided to do something about it. In the process of doing so, she documented her steps on the path of becoming “happy”. The resulting product was the New Your Times bestseller, The Happiness Project.

Gretchen received her undergraduate and law degrees from Yale University and was editor-in-chief of the Yale Law Journal. She was also a clerk on the U.S. Supreme Court for Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and served as a chief adviser to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Reed Hundt. You can find out more about Gretchen at her website, http://www.gretchenrubin.com/.

For more on The Happiness Project, head over to http://www.happiness-project.com and http://happinessprojecttoolbox.com/.

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  1. Not sure how I stumbled upon this, however I’m sure it was a link on a mutual friend’s facebook page. I was shocked to hear voices attached to two familiar names and was extremely impressed by the 40 minute interview that followed. Not only was this topic relatable and interesting, it elicited a highly reflective moment for myself. Congrats on this incredible project. I will continue to listen and spread the word to others (I’ll also read the book!).

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