I Am Happy Project Announces the 10 Days of Happiness

Initiative designed to help individuals develop sustainable Happiness while making the world a better place.

Davis, CA, March 23, 2015 --(PR.com)-- The “I Am Happy Project,” the brainchild of Edwin Edebiri of Davis, California, is inviting people worldwide to participate in a “10 Days of Happiness” campaign which will run from March 21, through the 30th.

Participants are encouraged to join the Global Happiness Conference Call at 6pm pacific or 9pm eastern to focus on one of the project’s manifesto “Ten Ways to Be Happy” for each day of the ten-day period:

Each call will be about 10 to 15 minutes and cover 2 to 3 nuggets that will make your 2015 a happier year. The call in number is 530-881-1300 and the access code is 391022#

Anyone can follow the “10 Days of Happiness” on the Free App – the Happy Button. Download it for free on Apple ITunes and Google Android or at http://happybuttonapp.com/.

The idea for the I Am Happy Project began early 2009. Edwin Edebiri, troubled by all the ongoing news reports on recession and human suffering, wanted a way to encourage people to focus on “the things that really matter, such as faith, family and friends.”

Edebiri believes that “whatever we focus on grows”, and he felt that shifting people’s focus to thoughts of happiness would in turn foster more positive feelings and optimism in individuals and their communities. The mission of the I Am Happy Project is “to spread happiness globally one person at a time.”

Over 21,000 happy people in 64 cities and 19 countries have joined the movement. Membership in the I Am Happy Project, which is free, is informal and spread by means such as word of mouth, Facebook and Meetup.com. It only requires a commitment to happiness. Most local chapters have monthly meetings to bring like-minded happy people together. The group also sponsors “Happiness at School,” to teach students “How to be Happy” and community outreach, where members visit venues such as hospitals and nursing homes to spread happiness where it is most needed.

To find out more about the I Am Happy Project or to participate in the 10 Days of Happiness, visit iamhappyproject.org or download the app at http://happybuttonapp.com/.
I am Happy Project
Edwin Edebiri