Welcome to the Diary of Davis: a weekly newsletter to inspire you to embrace change in your personal and professional life. Written for regular yet remarkable people ready to challenge the status quo of the daily grind. Entry #8: 06.12.21 This week’s entry is a few days late due to a hectic work week. Sorry … Continue reading Better late than never
When I eventually lay down on my deathbed and look back over the years, who do you think will stick out the most? It will be those who had the greatest impact on my life. The people who lifted me up, pushed me forward, and pulled me ahead. The people who I’ve built deep relationships … Continue reading Who to Look to for Inspiration When You’re Lost
Welcome to the Diary of Davis: a weekly newsletter to inspire you to embrace change in your personal and professional life. Written for regular yet remarkable people ready to challenge the status quo of the daily grind. Entry #6: 05.27.21 This week’s entry to the Diary of Davis features the tale of why I am … Continue reading Friends and Enemies
Welcome to the Diary of Davis: a monthly chronicle of curated content for self-improvement – written for aspiring freelancers, soon-to-be business owners, early-stage entrepreneurs, and anybody ready to make change and lead a fulfilled life. Entry #5: 05.06.21 Welcome to May, my friends! Lately, I’ve been torn between trying new things and trying to balance my professional career with my personal … Continue reading Are you tiptoeing the tightrope of Your Life?
Did you know a scientific journal is only read by seven people on average? This statistic excludes fellow psychologists, scientists, and doctors reviewing their peers’ work – students writing a paper requiring academic resources aren’t factored in either. But it does include the average Joe, Jane, or J. Meaning, the majority of people in the … Continue reading 5 Habits to Help You Lead a More Positive Life
I find myself struggling with uncertainty about the Davis Daily and my ability to be a successful content creator. It’s one part doubt and one part impatience. It’s been 6 months, 36 posts, and more than 30,000 words since relaunching the blog; and the results are nowhere near satisfactory. Traffic to the site is abysmal … Continue reading Why I’m Focusing On Less To Get More