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Help Others Pursue Authentic Happiness and Work Toward a Life Filled With Purpose and Meaning.

Our 17 Happiness & Subjective Well-Being Exercises [PDF] pack contains the highest-rated happiness tools that our practitioners use for their own professional development, in coaching, teaching, or in a therapeutic setting.

Practitioners have reported that these exercises have led to more breakthrough moments in lives of their clients.

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17 Evidence-based tools to better help others.

This package includes 17 practical tools covering a wide range of happiness & subjective well-being areas including:

positive emotions | engagement | relationships | meaning | accomplishment

All tools are rooted in science and include references, practical advice, and a detailed description of how to use the tool.

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    Master proven methods to increase the mental well-being of the people you work with.

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    Extend your offering with happiness & subjective well-being methods and interventions.

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    Use these tools to add happiness & subjective well-being to your professional arsenal.


You will be equipped with the following tools:

  • 100 Dreams

    Help others gain valuable insights and develop an open mind toward creativity and self-created possibilities for experiencing more happiness.

  • Analyzing the Demands on Your Time

    Help clients develop a deeper understanding of the demands on their attention, consider ways to spend more time on the things they care about, and increase subjective happiness and well-being.

  • Balanced Time Perspective

    Help clients understand time perspectives and identify their time perspective biases so that they can increase subjective well-being, happiness, and life satisfaction.

  • Bucket Fillers

    Help clients understand the effects of their words and behaviors on their well-being and the well-being of others using the bucket filler principle.

  • Counting Kindness

    Help clients become more aware of their kind behavior toward others, so that they can experience increased subjective happiness and other positive emotions related to selfless service to others.

  • Creating Flow Experiences

    Design a flow experience with your client to increase the amount of flow in their daily lives and better understand the role of intrinsic motivation.

  • Fostering Appreciation by Temporary Abstinence

    Help clients appreciate the small things that please them in life through temporary abstinence. Temporarily giving up an enjoyable activity will renew appreciation and remind them of the everyday experiences that make them happy.

  • Gratitude for What is No Longer Here

    Help clients develop gratitude by shifting their focus from what was lost to the blessing of having had it in the past and support them in taking future-oriented, values-based actions.

  • Life Chapters - Mapping Meaningful Experiences

    By visualizing a timeline for creating meaningful experiences, help clients to avoid the trap of excessively delaying gratification and appreciate the benefits of enjoying certain experiences sooner rather than later.

  • Making Important Things More Enjoyable

    Help clients get enjoyment out of important everyday tasks by pairing them with a more gratifying activity to make them more enjoyable and increase in-the-moment satisfaction.

  • Mental Subtraction of Relationships

    Help clients increase appreciation for important people by contemplating an alternative scenario in which they never met so that they can appreciate their presence more deeply.

  • Planning Events To Look Forward To

    Help clients plan and anticipate future positive activity. By doing so, clients can feel good about the future, experience and savor a host of positive emotions before the event occurs, and increase subjective happiness and well-being.

  • Pleasurable Activities Journal

    Help clients increase opportunities to experience joy by planning and recording pleasurable activities. In doing so, clients will become aware of and make space for activities that boost their mood and improve wellbeing.

  • Spending Money on Others

    Help clients experience the effect of giving away resources on their well-being as opposed to gaining or taking resources.

  • The Four Archetypes of Happiness

    Help clients understand the four archetypes of happiness. With a deeper understanding of how people seek happiness, clients can identify ways to change their approach to give more present enjoyment and long-term satisfaction.

  • The GLAD Technique

    Help clients understand the G.L.A.D. technique so they can challenge negative thinking and increase subjective happiness by becoming more aware of the positive things that happen around them daily.

  • The Joy Of Missing Out (JOMO)

    Help clients understand the joy of missing out and shift their perspective from FOMO to JOMO so that they can avoid fear-based decisions and instead make more informed and balanced choices.

  • “This package has contributed measurably and immeasurably to the well-being of people with whom I interact. Their lives are clearer of purpose and more fulfilling in outcomes as well as processes”.

    Stephen R. Mills | Corporate Trainer
  • “This is a great resource for my coaching and counseling work as well as for presentations I give. It’s great to have everything packaged in convenient ways for client use and keeps me abreast of Positive Psychology developments”.

    Dr. Richelle Anderson | Clinical Psychologist
  • “Thanks so much for these wonderful resources. I’m a MAPP student at University of East London & a wellness practitioner for the past 20+years. These tools are an essential part of my box of tricks when developing a program or workshop – thank you!”

    Tara Killen | Executive Coach

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About the author

Hugo Alberts (Ph.D.) has over 15 years’ experience teaching psychology to thousands of people at universities, companies, healthcare facilities, and government agencies.

Currently, his focus is developing science-based tools and exercises to help other professionals apply positive psychology confidently and expertly.

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