How to Solve All Your Problems

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How to Solve All Your Life Problems

Everyone has problems in life.

For the most part, we are able to quickly solve them without much trouble.
We either come up with a quick solution or use a strategy that worked in the past.

However, problems become more difficult when there is no obvious solution and strategies that you have tried in the past don’t work.

These types of problems cause a great deal of stress and anxiety and require new and different strategies.

So... how do you solve these types of life problems?

Is there a system for solving all of life’s problems?
And if yes, what is it?

In this video you are going to learn and use a powerful creative problem solving technique to solve all your problems in life.

Make sure to download and print this PDF before watching the video.

Ready to Take the Next Step?

The video you just watched is the fifth video in the Prepare, Adapt & Overcome program.

The World You Knew Is Gone. And It Is Not Coming Back.

You can do one of two things:

  1. Try to cling to what was before;
  2. Eagerly welcome the revolution and embrace the unknown future.

Those are your choices.
What was before is gone.
And we do not know what follows.

History is filled with cases of “normal” people turning tragedy into victory.
But this does not happen by chance. It takes awareness, vision and courage.

This is your chance. This is your moment.

Let us know in the comment box below, which problem you are committing to solve in your life... This public commitment will help you keep it, and will inspire others to commit too.

We can’t wait to read your commitment and get inspired.

And until then...

Live fully, stay awesome…

Vered & Nisandeh Neta

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  • Eduard Bosch says:

    My challenge is that after losing both parents, my job and relation, I am faced with uncertainty and many emotions.
    My first step is to take a break and allow myself to just be.
    After 90 days I am sure that I will feel refreshed, full of new energy, have met new inspiring people and that I have several serious (career, financial, relationship) options.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thank you for your honest and vulnerable comment Eduard. Sorry to hear about your challenge and I’m touched by how you take it.

      When we experience such losses one after another it’s a reminder for us to take time out and re-evaluate our life and what is TRULY important for us.

    • That is a deep valley that you go through and that indeed takes time. Painful and anxious moments are usually also very instructive moments.

      Our first reaction is usually that we want to move away from pain. Who wants to feel pain now?

      Dare to make contact with the sadness in order to be able to process it in all its intensity. Unprocessed grief leads to sarcasm and cynicism. Find something that helps you look within. Do this with the necessary care and love for yourself. Not with severity or self-pity.

      Find out what you need to process your grief instead of pushing it away. How do you come out of this stronger without damage or scars? That takes time and luckily you take that time!

  • I need my daughter to be safe at school, no vaccination bus at the gate (or in school), no face masks, no propaganda, etc.

    Solution I choose is to unite the parents and start the dialog with the school.

    First action is to figure out how to reach all parents and invite them to join the movement.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Maurice for your honest and open sharing and comment.

      I guess many parents feel the same as you, though the challenge of “keeping my child safe” might be interpreted differently by each parent according to their world point of view of what “safe” means and how it can be achieved

    • Yildiz van der Zijden says:

      Hello Maurice, this is not an answer to Nisandeh’s question… But it is to yours to unite parents. Op you can find likewise parents from all schools in Holland.

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