Why We started Habitbetter

We started Habitbetter with the vision of bringing one million people habitual happiness by empowering them to live a joyful, fulfilled and purpose-driven life. Habitbetter is the premier learning institute that turns centuries of research (we’re talking going back to people in togas here) into approachable courses for creating habits to meet personal goals. Habits are a big deal, but don’t just take our word for it…

We are the sum of our actions, and therefore our habits make all the difference


Meet The Team


Katie is a licensed psychotherapist and co-founder of Habitbetter. By sharing her knowledge and practices as a therapist on a larger scale, she hopes to help people to grow while accepting each unique bit of themselves.

Journaling Style: Deep reflection

Weirdest Habit: Eats food straight out of the fridge with her hands while deciding what to eat


Sean is Habitbetter’s CEO and co-founder. He is a father, MBA, Certified Scrum Master and triathlete who loves sharing how habits can supercharge your life. He founded Habitbetter with the goal of bringing the transformative power of journaling and habits to people’s everyday life.

Journaling Style: Daily Targets

Weirdest Habit: Conserving dishes by reusing “dirty ones”


Cindy is a certified nutritionist and leads Habitbetter Nutrition. If you want to know what the heck is going on in your brain, gut or anywhere else in your body, and what foods to eat based on that - she’s your gal.

Journaling Style: Stream of Consciousness

Weirdest Habit: Turning daily tasks into songs


Georgie is Habitbetter’s newest graduate marketing intern.  Constantly striving to be better than before, she’s excited to help others live a happier, more fulfilling life.  A full-time student in the MBA program at USD, when she’s not in the classroom you can find her surfing or hiking around Southern California. 

Journaling Style: Free Writing

Weirdest Habit: Can’t stand still whilst brushing her teeth, and therefore constantly trying to do things with one hand