New addition to the Good Reads in Positive Psychology (right column), Happiness - General: Happiness at Work by Srikumar S. Rao, PhD. Here's my comment:
This book is both like and unlike the other books listed here. Like in that it deals head-on with happiness and how you can achieve it. Unlike in that it cites not one piece of research evidence, though those familiar with the research will see research-based principles often. It is like Jonathan Haidt's Happiness Hypothesis in its connection and use of wisdom traditions from around the world. The book features short chapters, chock full of stories, myths, and modern parables, and most of all built around testable hypotheses -- ways to try things out. It's a good read and an even better guide to persoanl exploration of your paths to happiness!