During these unprecedented times, there are two things we can all do to not just survive but thrive: decrease anxiety by improving emotional cohesion, and improve problem solving.

The equation is simple: increase problem-solving and you decrease anxiety.

But how?

Nature offers a solution.

Evolution has been solving problems for billions of years using a specific strategy:

“Problems cannot be solved with the same level of thinking that created them.”

Albert Einstein

Einstein’s insight reveals that life is engineered to evolve—and that engineering is inside you.

What stands in the way of the solution isn’t the problem, it’s an obsolete version of you.

When you evolve to the next level the solution will appear.

I’ve created a simple framework for doing this—the Evolutionary Problem Solver. This toolkit is currently available for free.

“Michael is a genuinely good-hearted, unconventionally wise soul. His guidance leads to a radically new but overwhelmingly true perspective.”

JD, Iowa, USA


Coaching

Eco-anxiety
Reduce eco-anxiety by understanding its causes and effects, and applying counter-strategies.

Evolutionary Problem Solver
Evolution has been solving problems for billions of years using a simply strategy. Use it.

Inherited issues
Tackle the root causes of inherited behaviours, unresolved traumas and generational shame.

Porn addiction
No, you don’t need countless hours of coaching to trawl through your stuff. You need a targeted process to derail your unconscious addiction programming. I’ve got it.

In these unprecedented times, both coaching and toolkits are free. Donations welcome.

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On this site

You will find blogs, tips, how-to’s and other tools to not just weather the storm but thrive during climate change.

I’m currently developing further offerings. Look out too for guest blogs, appearances on podcasts and radio shows.

Welcome

Nick Scheerbart


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