"The better we know ourselves, the better equipped we are to thrive in the time of extremes.” ~ Gregg Braden

The Turning Point: Creating Resilience in a Time of Extremes

The greatest shift in history! Gregg Braden’s newest book offers a thrilling and hopeful journey into our vastly changing world and demonstrates how surviving can become joyous thriving.

The Turning Point is a scientific exploration that brings comfort and understanding, and ultimately, alleviates fear and uncertainty while allowing us to make better choices and decisions in our lives.

Gregg answers the most important question on our minds today: How do we positively adapt to a rapidly, ever changing world? The answers surprise and fascinate as Gregg explores ancient ways of traversing extremes while directly applying this wisdom to the real world we live in today.

Using a scientific approach, he explains why the biggest crisis is not in the problems we face, but in our old ways of thinking in solving these new crises. He’ll prove we already have the new solutions for today’s most pressing problems, and he’ll explain what we need to do right now to allow those solutions to manifest in our lives.

Key Discussions Include:

  • The New Normal: Why Now is Different and What it Means in Our Lives
  • The Facts About Climate Change: Embracing Data Without the Spin
  • Our Economy, Our Relationships and Sharing Precious Resources
  • The New Solutions and How to Implement Them in Our Lives Now
  • How to Gain the Evolutionary Edge – Creating Resilience in a Time of Extremes
  • A Better World is Already Here – 3 Potential Scenarios

In this easy to understand synthesis, Gregg identifies the facts of the crises we face, describes new scientific discoveries that are pivotal to personal and global transformation and reveals simple strategies of resilient thinking and living to help us cope with these rapid changes in a positive way.

As a special gift to help you on your journey through creating resilience in a time of extremes, Gregg has created an exclusive package of bonus tools (listed below) which includes a FREE live online event, downloads and lessons.

 

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