I'll probably, long term, develop a way of scoring yourself on the key ones and then comparing your total to the levels of happiness. 

These are not yet organized, but if you do it before me, please send me a copy!

lives are built on the following pillars:

Devoting time to family and friends
Appreciating what they have
Maintaining an optimistic outlook
Feeling a sense of purpose
Living in the moment
Express gratitude
Cultivate optimism
Find your purpose
   What excites and energizes me?
   What are my proudest achievements?
   How do I want others to remember me?

Don't postpone feeling happy now by waiting for whenyou are less busy

How to be happy: Practice, practice, practice

If you have been looking for happiness, the good news is that your choices, thoughts and actions can influence your level of happiness. It's not as easy as flipping a switch, but you can turn up your happiness level. Here's how to get started on the path to creating a happier you.

Invest in relationships

Surround yourself with happy people. Being around people who are content buoys your own mood. And by being happy yourself, you give something back to those around you.

Friends and family help you celebrate life's successes and support you in difficult times. Although it's easy to take friends and family for granted, these relationships need nurturing.

Build up your emotional account with kind words and actions. Be careful and gracious with critique. Let people know that you appreciate what they do for you or even just that you're glad they're part of your life.

Happy People Talk More, And With More Substance 

savor things
seek constant challenge and mastery
spend time with people they like (eliminate negative ones and even lukewarm ones)
Forgive quickly and easily; learn to forgive
Serve a purpose bigger than themselves
Don't wallow in self-pity, just do creative problem solving
do what they love
love unconditionally
persistence habit
self care
self confidence
take resposiility
forget the past!
develop multiple passions
build your character
be who you are
make others happy
practice compassion
be part of something you believe in
use your talents
reflect on the good
Exploit the resource you DO have access to
Use your personal strengths
Savor simple pleasures
Avoid over-thinking and social comparison
keep their word
mind their own business
practice acts of kindness
nurture social relationships, choose friends wisely
develop strategies for coping
Find/increase flow experiences
Take care of their bodies.
Add up all the things that make you happy during the day
See how much harder others have it
Be considerate
have deep, meaningful conversations
learn continuously
make enough money to meet basic needs
Treat their bodies very well, especially getting enough sleep
stay close to friends and family
See problems as challenges
Dream big
Never make excuses
Do not hold grudges
Treat everyone with kindness
Understand society and people's own spaces
Practice self-control
Stay with truth
Solve problems (soon!)
Live in a happy country/place
Simplify your life
Accept emotions, positive or negative (i.e. not dwell on them)
Spend time in nature
Buy happiness (experiences, kind acts, generosity)
Meditate, use calming methods
Study positive psychology!
High self regard
Pinpointed what they genuinely like to do
Appreciate life
Find out what truly makes one happy, rather than doing what they think makes them happy but doesn't!
Review good memories
ground themselves every day
positive environment
well-balanced lifestyle
exceptional at what they do, deliver true value
From Happy People: Joyful Things They Do (read the detail behind these:
   Find their most golden self
   They design their lives to bring in joy
   They avoid "if only"  
   They put best friends first

Make others happy

Love them
don't compare
Share your blessings
be a positive influence (but don't interfere or control!)
Be happy around others!