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Best Year Ever '24

Build a fabulous year with Effortless Habits® and Intentional Friendship®

Lakshmi Lervik

Violence Prevention Social Worker

Great! Highly recomended! A great support to empower all the small actions that brings me in touch with my eagerness and inspiration to move on with what I love the most

Don't miss the start of this January course on 27 January

This charter price is available until the course completes


Course Summary

An investment in creating the foundations of a wonderful year ahead in the form of an exciting online group experience harnessing clear intention, the power of habits and a no-shoulds, happiness-first playbook.

  • Learn how to use Intentional Friendship® to give and get support to keep your habits on track
    – so that you can get in control of your fitness, your financial habits and your keep on track for your goals in '24
  • Apply our Effortless Habits® method to let go of destructive behaviours and the resistance to healthy ones
    – so you can have a healthy relationship with food and sleep, two cornerstone habits that bolster wellbeing
  • Take stock of the year that's been and set up the best year ever for 2024
    – so you visualise the year ahead and plan for the outcomes you want, and make what-if plans for the ones you don't
  • Get a real kick-start to your year, with less stress and more joy and satisfaction
    – Best Year Ever 24 invites you to have the happiness you're aiming for now, not later. An attitude which attracts success

Course Curriculum

Tim Wright


My name's Tim and I founded Habitmakers after I saw the impact support and accountability could have on my 27-year-old self. 

As a boy, I'd worshipped my father, who had been a charming bandleader. He could really entertain an audience, make them laugh and make them listen. I wanted to be able to do that, but even though I could play music, I was far too shy to even attempt to command an audience. 

But I was in luck, at one of the self-development seminars I attended in those years, I found what for me was a golden key. I overcame my fear. 

But what remained was putting my dream into practice. And that would require, well, about a million things to fall into place.

At the end of the seminar, it had been suggested that we pair up and support each other. Gavin Wilson was my 'buddy' and we would call each day. I promised to do two things to achieve a slightly terrifying goal I'd set myself. 

The goal? To create a 100% excellent one-man music show. The measure would be that at end the audience would stand on their chairs and scream and chant for more.

I had so much to do. I didn't even have a working guitar. 

I set up a habit and Gavin asked me each morning if I did it. My habit was to do two things each day towards creating my one-man show.

I had to search for sound equipment. I fixed stage lights. I built a stage. I took every conceivable step towards creating a 100% fantastic show. I found a venue that would give me each Friday night, though I didn't realise until later it was frequented by trainee soldiers letting off (lots of) steam.

With Gavin's support I kept at it, until the first night came and I sang my heart out. But at the end of the show, they didn't stand up. They didn't want more. And I was crestfallen. 

As I look back now, I think that's the moment I would have quietly quit on myself, settled for less than my goal, and just muddled on. 

But the next morning when I called Gavin he simply asked: "What two things are you going to today then?"

And so I sat down and scientifically rearranged my set of songs, so they'd build up to a crescendo of energy. 

And the next Friday night, it happened. First they clapped with a song, then they stood, then in the last song, up they got, screaming, shouting and chanting for more.

And the funny thing was that after word got round. People came to my Friday night show because that's what people did at the end. 

But I was changed. I would play live many more times, to many more chair-standing ovations. 

But I also found I could apply what I'd learned in all sorts of places. From interviewing Tony Blair for BBC Radio, to being asked to run a European data business, to joining the executive team organising a billion-dollar acquisition. 

It was a good change. Like feeling expanded: more me, a little more spine in my back. And I felt happy that I'd faced my fears and gone for it.

As I began to understand my purpose in life was to grow and support others to grow, I felt it would be a wonderful thing if more people had someone by their side to support them to grow. 

The result would be a world that was a little more satisfied, more aligned with what they cared about. Happier. So I created Habitmakers so people seeking a positive change have a team behind them.


Hi there, my name’s Remy and I’ve been part of the buddy network for around 8 months now. From the beginning, I’ve found it to be a really helpful way to stay motivated and organised with daily and weekly goals for myself that I share with my buddy. I’ve really enjoyed connecting with my buddy, as well as being able to help motivate and encourage them too in their daily goals. I think finding a person who you can be accountable to, and who is genuinely rooting for you as you are for them, is a great experience, and something I’m really grateful to both benefit from and be a part off.

Remy Labaki
Animation Producer, Hey Daisy Moon Productions

Course Pricing

Your early January offer is valid until 9pm CET on Wednesday 24 January

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