Managing Happiness is not just a group coaching program. Over the years it grew into a supportive community of like-minded people who are passionate about improving their lives – sometimes by implementing tiny habits, and sometimes leading by example of a fulfilled life and inspiring achievements.
Managing Happiness started as an online course designed to help couples have less friction in their relationships, and to enable them to have a good balance between work and personal life. And after a realization that the content can be useful for anyone who wants to improve their life, change their mindset and figure out what they want out of life, the Managing Happiness course became a group coaching program – aka the Managing Happiness Club.
From the beginning 2 years ago until today over hundred individuals went through the coaching program, hosted and presented by David Henzel, the founder of Managing Happiness.
Set goals and implement new habits, start the decade on your A-game.
Set and track habits with our free Habit Tracker app.
Be in a group of like-minded people that want to succeed just like you.
Create your 90-day, 1 and 3-year plans and stick to them.
Get an accountability buddy to help and support you with daily struggles and weekly commitments.
Discover what exactly is that you want to be and do.
They will help you and act as a decision-making tool.
Groups are a safe place for exchanging ideas and getting honest feedback from people just like you.
The Managing Happiness Program consists of 3 different courses each of them focusing on one major area that if you put your energy into, yields amazing results!
Since it is so versatile, the Managing Happiness clubs are good for both individuals and organizations that want to nurture their employees and invest in their personal happiness and productivity.
Build your own Managing Happiness clubs inside your business/company/organization and help your team to be on their A-game. It is proven that personal happiness and contentment on the personal level, directly influence productivity and performance on the job.
So why not give your employees the opportunity to improve their productivity and support them in creating new habits, and their own Personal Mission and Vision.
We are implementing this group coaching program in all my portfolio businesses and I noticed that the results are just amazing – people open up to each other, some new bonds are created, also they hold each other accountable for the todos and habits they committed to do. In the end, the Managing Happiness Club creates a self-sustaining community of people who really want to excel in life and in their jobs.
Starting a club in your organization is easy. Tell us what you need – what courses you’d like to implement and we will have a member of our team help you with setting everything up and facilitating the program, so you can just sit back and enjoy the process.
Well, if you want to be a part of a group of like-minded people that have the same goal – to live the best life, then this is your cue. You will have the opportunity to connect with your true purpose in life and with the help of some tools and resources, you will be on your A-game in no time.
Reading inspirational books and listening to popular personal development podcasts is a good way to start if you want to make changes in your life, but it’s not enough. Finding your life’s purpose and meaning – your mission and vision is not easy if you are on your own… most people are confused and are not sure of the path they want to take in life.
One-on-one coaching works, yes. However, if you are part of a group of people that want the same as you, you will hear stories and struggles other people have that can help you hone in your goals, mission, and vision.
Not only will you have a group that you can rely on, but you will also have a trained and experienced coach that will lead you every step of the way towards the best version of yourself. You will also be appointed an accountability buddy, a person that will be your go-to contact if you have any struggles with your homework or your weekly commitments.