How We Habituate Happiness


In physical health there are medical illness experts specialising in resolving a specific issue, such performing surgery or rehabilitation. Then there are personal trainers specialising in developing people into excellent physical health, where they typically become far less likely to require surgery or rehabilitation in future.

In mental health there too are many well trained experts to help with complex mental illnesses, and they are incredibly good at what they do. However traditional psychotherapy and psychology doesn’t typically continue beyond the issue resolution. That is the where A Good Way To Think’s Happiness Training comes in, focusing on wellness not illness, to get any individual to a mentally stronger, healthier place, so you too can build up that valuable resilience to future issues and enjoy living a happier life.

This results in significantly improved cognitive functions, from memory to creativity to productivity, better relationships, increased physical and mental health, and much much more.


Dave’s communication and scheduling is clear, his follow up notes insightful, the content interesting and the sessions enjoyable. For me it’s working.”     —   Greg P.   Read more testimonials here


The unique approach at A Good Way To Think is a logical and scientifically grounded framework, encompassing both mindset and lifestyle choices. 

Happiness BuildingWith years of research and practical experience delivering happiness training packages worldwide, we have developed a universal model to fit all lifestyles and personality types. It is the product of extensive research in the fields of positive psychology, habit forming methods, the traits of happy people, traditional Buddhist principles, and over 13 years of self-analysed personal experience.

We use this model to identify and target the most effective growth opportunities for client happiness, and use a range of exercises, techniques, and ideas to train the mind to think more positively, more appreciatively or more mindfully, and highlight small lifestyle choices that may further increase your happiness.