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
Despite what the title suggests, this post isn’t about imposter syndrome. Not entirely, at least. Self-doubt is a part of it, but it’s more about why I get so down on myself when I’m not working or being productive. Truth be told, I don’t know how to relax. Or I should say, I don’t know … Continue reading The Reason I Am My Own Worst Enemy
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?
Before we get into today’s blog post, I made the decision to switch up the publishing schedule for the Davis Daily. Rather than posting on Mondays and Wednesdays, new articles are heading out on Tuesdays and Thursdays instead. Not a big change, but this allows me to take a little more time to rest over … Continue reading How I Purged My Mind of Pessimism
Today’s post is a quick thank you to all those who took the time to reach out and wish me a happy birthday. Whether it was on social or by text, y’all sure know how to make a skinny dude feel special. 😌 Of course, I’d be remiss not to express my gratitude to my … Continue reading The Birthday Highs and The Lockdown Lows
Lately, I’ve talked a lot about how to form habits and instil positive behaviour. In today’s post, I’m going to look at the opposite end of the spectrum and discuss how to break bad habits and remove negative behaviour. Forming a good habit is hard, I’m not going to downplay that, but breaking a bad … Continue reading How to Rid Yourself of Destructive Habits