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It's Time For Change

The world is in crisis. Whether the crisis is in the form of coronavirus or climate change, it’s clear that we are heading in the wrong direction.

Our lives are built on a foundation of social and economic systems that have placed environmental and personal wellbeing into a dark corner.

We all know the problems, but we need the courage and dynamic willpower to fix them. The way we think, work, and live no longer makes sense.

We happily consume at an astronomical rate.
Mental health issues are skyrocketing.
Our planet and future is being destroyed.

So we, as brothers and sisters of one global family, must start making changes today. Mother Nature desperately needs us to work together.

People can debate and bicker about climate change, scientific evidence, and how we should fix the problem, but ultimately it doesn’t matter. In fact, it's downright simple.

We must care for the planet because it sustains us.

It's our incredible home that supports us to love, create, explore, learn, dream, and prosper. Regardless of a degree of temperature here or there, without the earth, none of the things we hold dear would exist. We rely on it for everything. The earth is our lifeblood.

So what can we do?

We need a practical and personal way forward.
One where the power to influence is in your hands.

We can save this beautiful home of ours.

But how?

The EnvironMental Fix is simple yet powerful.

It unearths how we can release outdated thought patterns, transcend desires, and dynamically create wellbeing – individually, collectively, and environmentally.

The opportunity to fix our global environmental crisis is a thrilling and inspirational one, and we can all contribute.

Please take some time to read this short book.

It may just help make our beautiful earth the paradise it was intended to be.


Coming April 2020

The EnvironMental Fix: How Reprogramming Your Mind Achieves Wellbeing and Resolves Climate Change
by James Golding and Leisa Golding

It's time for action

Mother Nature needs us.


James Golding

James Golding is an independent writer, social thinker, and software engineer based in Brisbane, Australia. He has a Bachelor of Information Technology from Queensland University of Technology and a Diploma of Holistic Counselling, and has worked in the IT sector for over 15 years. He co-created the "Mindi: Personal Trainer for the Mind" app and Struggling with Internal Hijackers animation (co-produced with Leisa Golding and psychologist NeLi Martin in 2012, based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy). The EnvironMental Fix is his second non-fiction book. James is drawn to write about psychological wellbeing and the impact of technology on society. He enjoys meditating and living a simple and contemplative life.

Leisa Golding

Leisa Golding is an independent author, editor, and social researcher based in Brisbane, Australia. She has a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from the University of Queensland. For over twenty years, she worked as a policy advisor for both federal and state governments, specialising in housing, mental health, disability services, and child safety. The Environmental Fix is her third book, following the publication of her novel Lerkus: A Journey to End All Suffering and a co-edited non-fiction book The Way of the Natural Therapist. She is passionate about truth, social wellbeing, and environmental change, and practices Kriya meditation every day.

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