Books

Psychology Today

Beverly D. Flaxington is the author of 30 Days to Understanding Other People: A Daily Approach to Improving Your Relationships, and Understanding Other People: The Five Secrets to Human Behavior, which won the gold award from Readers Favorite for best new book on relationships. Her book, based upon her trademarked change management and goal achievement model,… Learn More »

Book Review: MAKE YOUR SHIFT

When it comes to goal setting, most people are pretty familiar with the SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time-bound) method of goal planning. The SMART system of goal setting has helped millions of people achieve their goals. Still millions more have utilized the SMART method and still been unable to accomplish their goals. Author,… Learn More »

The Five Most Powerful Moves You Can Make to Get Where YOU Want to Go

From the Gold Award-winning author of the book Understanding Other People: The Five Secrets to Human Behavior comes a groundbreaking approach to achieving your goals. Based on 25+ years of successful experience helping individuals change their circumstances and reach higher levels of effectiveness, Beverly Flaxington offers a dynamic, easy-to-understand, proven approach for getting from here… Learn More »

How to Set Goals You Really Want to Achieve

One client I worked with recently had finally achieved her long-held goal of running a charitable organization. She was a very goal-oriented individual and felt she “should be happy” with what she had achieved. But when I went to visit with her for our first meeting, she was feeling defeated and depressed. Although she had… Learn More »

Wikipedia

Beverly D. Flaxington is an American businesswoman and founder of The Collaborative.[1] Flaxington is the author of seven books on personal and professional development, including the best-sellers Understanding Other People: The Five Secrets to Human Behavior and Make Your SHIFT: The Five Most Powerful Moves You Can Make to Get Where YOU Want to Go.[2][3]… Learn More »