It’s time to create your own happiness dream team. And there’s several ways you can go about doing it.
- You can choose people from the past and/or present who inspire you and collect their quotes, sayings, or stories in a book or poster to have around you whenever you need to get inspiration from your team.
- You can create a happiness mastermind with other people who know and use the happiness tips. A mastermind can meet up once a week in person or electronically to discuss and celebrate each other’s happiness moments. Your team is there to cheer you on and provide support to keep you on the happiness path.
- You can join a happiness book club. Look for people who also like to learn about happiness and how to maintain and improve their happiness set-point. Read one chapter from one book each week and meet to discuss what you learned and most importantly how you applied the lessons from the book.
I started my happiness journey with a book club and Happy for No Reason was the very first book we did. Even though we went on to other books and other topics, Happy for No Reason was by far the best book for each of us in the group. Years after the club ended, we are all still good friends and we talk about this book more than any other, it made that much impact on us! For us, Happy for No Reason was the foundation. It was the lessons we needed to learn to start living the right way – the “happy for no reason” way.
A few years later, I became a Happy for No Reason trainer and have been teaching the principles ever since. It’s important to me to share the message and techniques from the book to help others get out of lives full of “glimpses of happiness” or “low levels of happiness”. No one should ever live that way.
No matter how you decide to create happiness dream team, make sure you do because you can magnify your effort with a group of people. As I found in my book club, it was so much easier to stay on track and committed to practicing the tips and techniques because I knew others in my team were doing the same thing. It was like positive peer pressure.
Your challenge now is to develop your team in your own way and start supporting and inspiring others with the tips you’ve learned.
To your happiness,