by Amanda Fernandes, Project Happiness Regional Director, Caribbean Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th March 2016, are days to go down in history. Sixty-five participants gathered at the Ministry of Education’s National Centre for Education Resource Development (NCERD) building, Georgetown, Guyana to participate in the first ever two day Project Happiness training, led by Founder and CEO of … Continue reading Project Happiness Training Takes Place in Guyana
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We are proud to announce that Project Happiness is spreading its wings to new territories! The Government of Guyana has welcomed this new initiative with open arms. The government is highly invested in the lives of the children and youth of Guyana and as such jumped at the opportunity to implement the programme, which seeks … Continue reading Project Happiness to be introduced to Guyanese School Curriculum
On November 13, 2015 we celebrated World Kindness Day by delivering #RandomActsofKindness to strangers, and distributing ReThink Kindness Cards in order to inspire others to pay it forward with their own act of kindness. We started the day off with complimentary breakfast treats for passersby and neighbours at the ReThink office, compliments of our sponsors. Then it was … Continue reading Photos: #WorldKindnessDay 2015
The past year has been a busy one for Project Happiness here in Trinidad and Tobago. In September 2014, the programme launched in the presence of the Minister of Education, Dr. the Honourable Tim Gopeesingh, Project Happiness Founder and CEO, Randy Taran, ReThink Founder, Ernie Ross, and a passionate and dedicated team of ReThink Happiness Ambassadors. Since … Continue reading Project Happiness: One Year and Counting…
By Amanda Fernandes, Project Happiness Regional Director, Caribbean Enlightening. Amusing. Life-changing. That’s how I describe Dr. Spencer Johnson’s book, ‘Who Moved My Cheese?’. I selected this book as my in-flight entertainment on a recent trip and haven’t stopped thinking, or talking, about it since. “That what you are afraid of is never as bad as … Continue reading 5 Lessons I Learned from ‘Who Moved My Cheese’?