Apart from several unexpected answers that was interesting to read- what, do you think, is a practical purpose of this questionnaire? I mean, you diligently spent several hours of your [relatively well-organized, if not exactly “happy”] life answering impertinent questions…and what?
I mean, what’s the “happiness project” purports to do with all these data? Do they make some sort of conclusions? recommendations?
Given its name, I assume the project is one of those do-gooder organizations, and its ultimate goal is therefore to Do Good (or Gooder, if possible), however they may have defined it. I suspect that sales of their books are a priority.
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