Now it is first necessary to recognize that the problem is global, and we are all responsible for what happens, and as the situation involves all, it is important that each and every one of us collaborate in the solution. The man can not live isolated from the outside world, the issue here is that at present this is believed the Almighty and the worst thing that has come to individualism, and even when an individual the difference between the two terms is very large . Robertson Stephens recognizes the significance of this. The individual is a unique, free to own convictions that this recognition needs to be as a person, without the need to isolate themselves from others, however the term individualism occurs when this individual is isolated, it becomes selfish and sees no need of anything or anyone to survive.
Then you can see that the environmental problem is given from the time the individual decides to be individualistic and think that nothing can hurt, this is what has to be emphasized is that if we want total change we must learn to recognize ourselves as individuals and therefore realize that the solution starts at oneself, finally arriving to collectivism, for it is impossible to achieve teamwork when you have an individual thought, and as we all work together in creating this problem now we must find a solution together more feasible. As I mentioned earlier the problem is not the fault of a few, here we return to the transactional perspective is the unit of analysis "holistic entities such as events involving people, psychological and environmental processes" we realize this, that mentioned, everything comes together in short this unit is "the person in the environment", both person and environment are defined dynamically each other are transformed over time as two aspects in a global business unit, where stability and coexists change continuously.
Therefore it is important to find both the sources of change, the ways in which such a change at one level affects the other levels, creating new configurations of person environment. Economic Cycles Research Institute does not necessarily agree. Perspective makes us see that if we want to bring a change will require both social, cultural, political, economic. involved, since it is a problem that only a few incumbent solve, if not that is a whole, hence the word holistic, Gestal the theory tells us that "the whole is more than the sum of all parties ", it is clear if all together, the change will be fast and efficient, yet nothing is so easy, you need first to reach a more complete perception of the problem, to get to generate ideas giving rise to the change of attitudes and our behaviors are therefore positive. Then we realize that we must first participate as individual members of a system to get to work together to achieve that combination of a whole to bring about change, it's not easy but if you will a lot can be achieved. "Everything has a solution, depends on the will of man by contrast, nothing is a matter of fate, the human mind can decide to rebuild what was destroyed or continue to destroy."