Like the people in the video [cue video of people giving reasonable but banal reasons for happiness, none of which involve the state], we want to know what you think is most important in your life and in the lives of those around you.
Is it what you earn or is it the time you spend with your family? Does the value of your house count, or is the state of the environment more important?
Use this website to tell us what matters to you.
This website will be open for your comments until 15 April, after which we will publish a summary of your responses. This will help us as we move from defining what national well-being is to the next step: looking at how we might measure it.
There you have it. You've got until April 15 to tell the government what would make you happy. Do it before someone makes the decision for you.