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Human nature holds the intelligence of life. It provides a psychology that is much stronger, more effective and reliable than the psychology society teaches us. This adaptive psychology taps into the evolutionary survival experience of our species. We are by nature equipped to live and survive. At a time when individual survival and security are pitted against the enormity of a complex, constantly changing world, we need to find our way back to the primordial power and wisdom of this innate survival psychology nature has given us.
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Rolf Frohlich is a licensed psychologist, business consultant and personal coach in private practice. His professional background includes industrial research, international trade, university education, public service, health care and business development as an executive, entrepreneur, consultant, psychotherapist and professor. He holds two doctoral degrees in the behavioral sciences; in addition to his professional training, he had extensive studies in literature, philosophy, art and mythology. His personal interests include writing, filmmaking, theater, exotic travel, wild animals and human compassion. Dr. Frohlich has lived in Europe and the United States and has traveled worldwide. Website: www.consult4life.comReview:
"Evolutionary Intelligence" is a substantive, passionately argued work that contains much food for thought. --Barbara McMichael, The Olympian, March 27, 2005
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