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Several months ago, I began offering the starter-kit for people who wanted to start a group for people pursuing happiness projects together. Since then, more than 3,700 people have requested a starter kit! (Request yours here.)

I'm really curious to hear about how these groups are doing. If you're in a happiness-project group, I'd so appreciate it if you'd take a minute to post a comment.

I'd love to know the answer to questions like: how many people are in your group, and did you know each other before the group started, or not?

In particular, I'd love to hear any striking examples of personal change that people were able to foster because of the group. What specifically did you try, what worked, and why? Was there something that being in the happiness-project group allowed you to do, that you weren't able to do before, on your own?

More broadly, why did you want to join a group for people working on happiness? How does being in a group change the experience? The dynamic of doing a happiness project by yourself is very different from doing it in a group, of course.

I know this is a super-hectic time of year, so I really appreciate you taking the time to respond.

If you're a group leader, you may want to join the discussion on Facebook for group leaders, and remember to add your group name to the city directory.

Thanks!

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