Meet Pamela Gail Johnson, Founder The Society of Happy People (SOHP)
Hi! If you’re looking for Pamela Gail, you found me!
Some people see the glass as half full. Some people see the glass as half empty. But I believe if you have a glass you have a reason to grin.
I grew up in a west Texas town that seemed large to me at the time, but now live in a big city. But regardless of where I live one of my favorite things is to get together for great conversations and good times.
I started the Society of Happy People, formerly known as the Secret Society of Happy People, in 1998 to provide a missing voice for those who are happy and want to express it without having other people rain on their parade.
The Society provides me with a unique opportunity to interact with thousands of happy and not-so-happy people in their effort to be happy most of the time.
I’ve also had fun inspiring people to notice more happiness with our 31 Types of Happiness, celebrate happiness during Happiness Happens Day and Month, and Hunt for Happiness Week.
I also wrote The Secret Society of Happy People’s Thirty-One Types of Happiness Guide released in November 2012 and Don’t Even Think of Raining on My Parade: Adventures of the Secret Society of Happy People – it was written so long ago it’s officially out of print, but if you really want one, email me and I might can find one to dust off.
I was named a semi-finalist in the search for the next Global Thought Leader in 2013.
I live in the Dallas area where I manage the Society and am the Chief Happiness Officer at Happier @ Work.
What makes me happy? Typical of an introvert, I enjoy simple things: yoga, cooking, chatting with friends and my book club.