In a recent survey of millennials, 80% claimed a major life goal was “to get rich,” while 50% stated their desire “to become famous.” But do these factors actually deliver on the promise of a good life? We believe that there is no “quick fix” for a good life. Nurturing your relationships takes energy and commitment, but subjects who were happiest in old age were those who “leaned into relationships with family, with friends, with community.” Yet relationships are not the only aspect of happiness. There are materialistic and non-materialistic dimensions that should be taken care of. Happiness is a project that needs constant effort and attention in order to be achieved. This book puts forward a multi-faceted practical perspective to have a better understanding on how you should work on the happiness project. The first step is to realize that happiness is a “system” composed of several important elements. All these elements need to be in harmony, as Gandhi suggests “happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony”. The main thing is that you shouldn’t go through life being unhappy. You are very much in control of the degree of personal happiness you experience. Once you understand the primary factors that determine happiness, you can quickly put them to work in your life. This requires conscious effort and strong determination on your part. Make this commitment to yourself this very minute. Become a happy person today.