Hour 1: Bev Flaxington
Joining the show during the first hour is behavioral expert, Beverly Flaxington, to discuss her recent book, Make Your SHIFT: The Five Most Powerful Moves You Can Make to Get to Where YOU Want to Go, and how to recognize the signs of burnout and reverse it.
According to workplace behavioral expert Beverly Flaxington, most people don’t realize that burnout happens when people lose self-confidence. By adopting some simple strategies to rebuild self-confidence, they can once again feel energized, resourceful, and inspired in their jobs.
Bev will share seven surprising ways to prevent and reverse workplace burnout, including how to address some underlying causes of burnout while you sleep; how risk taking, rather than risk avoidance, builds confidence; and simple strategies to fight burnout.
Beverly Flaxington is a Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst (CPBA), hypnotherapist, award-winning author of five books, including her latest Make Your SHIFT, and business advisor who specializes in helping individuals deal with workplace behavioral issues, performance, and goal achievement.
Beverly co-founded The Collaborative in 1995. In 2008, the firm launched a new venture, Advisors Trusted Advisor, to meet the specific needs of independent investment advisors and wealth managers. Prior to co-founding The Collaborative, Beverly held several senior level sales, business development and business operations positions within John Hancock Financial Services’ Investment Sector. Beverly’s corporate background also includes executive search and retail banking.
Beverly holds both a BSBA and an MBA from Suffolk University. She is a frequent speaker at investment industry events. Beverly and her partner, Mike Slemmer, CFA, have written a regular column for Family Wealth Report and have been featured in articles in Fundfire, Advisors’ Perspective, Investment News, Investment Advisor and the Financial Planning Association’s Solutions Magazine. Beverly is also a member of the Mental Health Counselors Association of America.
Beverly is an adjunct professor at Suffolk University teaching undergraduate and graduate students. Since 1991 Beverly has offered training and one-on-one consultation for individuals to accomplish behavior modification in a variety of arenas. Beverly is a Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst (CPBA) and Certified Professional Values Analyst (CPVA) and uses the tools frequently in her work with clients. She is an accomplished facilitator, trainer, and public speaker.
For more information about Beverly Flaxington, please visit her website at http://www.the-collaborative.com/.
Hour 2: James Kunstler
- The fiasco of suburbia and how it is destined to erode and decay. The imminent end of the “suburban sprawl-building economy” and the ensuing demographic shift and mass migration will be one of the defining features of America’s experience of the long emergency.
- How we’re living in a world with an endless financial crisis, which can be viewed as an extension of peak oil, climate change, and population overshoot, coinciding with implacable cycles of history.
- Global demand for oil is now hovering above total oil production and, with this gap only getting wider, no alternative energy source will be able to close it.
- The imperative – and the inevitability – that we must re-scale human endeavor to halt the devastating effects of climate change and cope with the end of fossil fuels.
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