Gratitude and happiness go hand-in-hand - and The Thank-You Project provides an easy-to-follow approach for creating more of both.
Who helped you become the person you are today? As Nancy Davis Kho approached a milestone birthday, she decided to answer that question by sending thank-you letters to the many people who had influenced her, helped her, and inspired her over the years: family, friends, mentors, teachers, co-workers, even a couple of former friends and exes. While her recipients always seemed genuinely pleased to read the letters, what Nancy never expected was the profound and positive effect the process would have on her. As it turns out, emerging research proves that actively appreciating the formative people in your life, past and present, can lead to a lasting increase in your happiness levels - and The Thank-You Project offers a charming, entertaining road map to see, say, and savor your way there.
"Sweet and wise, this hopeful book will inspire readers to honor those who have made a difference in their lives." (Publishers Weekly)
"I love The Thank-You Project and it's inspiring me to be more grateful in my life, which is a very good thing." (Jenny Lawson, author of Furiously Happy and Let's Pretend This Never Happened)
"A fun approach to showing others how much they mean to you." (Kirkus Reviews)
What members say
- Emma Scott
Good Idea but...
Good Idea but could be summed up in 30 minutes. Probably better as part of a podcast rather than a book. It didn't really inspire reflection for me.