Welcome to the Business of Bettering™.

Think better. Feel better. Live better.

Hello there. Who's bob?

We are the business of bettering. We help facilitate change for those who desire to be better and to make the world a healthier, happier place.

Sounds interesting. But what do you actually do?

We believe that observing and reflecting on

your patterns of behavior and understanding whether they promote

positive or negative results

is the first step to a healthier, happier life.

Makes sense, go on.

We believe that once you have a clear understanding of the trends in your past that lead to continued disappointment and frustration, you can begin to take control of your mind and focus your energy on making decisions that lead to better results.

Yes, that makes total sense!

Change is a daunting prospect for many, but everyone is able to do at least one thing to be better each day. We're here to help you maximize your opportunities for betterment and improve the way you think and act on a daily basis. It's small, incremental improvements that will lead to lasting change.

That's so true, but how?

We're working to bring our community the best tools and resources to facilitate the day to day improvements that are needed to live a better life. Our first application is ShrinkYourself.

Sounds interesting. What's that?

ShrinkYourself helps tackle the issues behind emotional eating, one of the leading causes of weight gain and obesity and the main reason most diets fail. We're also working on applications to tackle some of the biggest public health issues of our day, including alcohol addiction, substance abuse, stress, depression and anxiety.

That sounds like something everyone can benefit from. I'll give it a try!

Sure! Great! You can join more than 100,000 people who have used our programs to change their lives for the better.

Thanks! I'll let you know how it goes.

Good luck! And remember, the power to do better is within us all.

"There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that's your own self."

- Aldous Huxley