EVOLVE

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We have it within ourselves to be successful. When we connect with our inner selves, as everybody can, then we will be in a zone where we are doing exactly what we love to do, and it’s as if everything in the Universe is contriving to make things happen to move us forward to reach our goals.

Reviews of EVOLVE…

EVOLVE is such an important message in today’s world. Paul Davis gives some important clues to how to build business success from the inside out. ~ Marianne Williamson – author of four #1 New York Times best selling books

Paul Davis’s EVOLVE reminds us that successful businesses are those that make a profit while at the same time bringing benefits to the wider community. To enable employees to ‘get up in the morning looking forward to coming to work’ is an objective that every business can strive to achieve because, with that spirit, everyone wins, including customers! ~ Senator Feargal Quinn – President, Superquinn

The shocks that markets globally have experienced in the last couple of years have forced large sections of the global economy to re-examine not just the ‘nuts and bolts’ of their business but also how business is done. Many of Paul’s concepts will resonate with readers as elements they bring, or aspire to bring, to their own business lives but this book gives a context and holistic approach which will be invaluable and inspirational. This is a very timely publication. ~ Ian Talbot – CEO, Chambers Ireland

Every thought that we think has a ripple effect throughout the whole world and the conditions of the world. If we become a model of what we would like to see in the world, we’ll have a better world. And in life as in business, there are forces of destiny that work in the background, and the power of your soul has an effect on the circumstances that show up in your life. This interplay between destiny and free will means that sometimes destiny has the leading hand, and other times free will has the leading hand. What Paul explains in this book is how you can harness these forces of destiny and the power of your thoughts so as to reach your own success in business and more importantly in life to make this a better world. ~ Dr David R Hamilton PhD – Scientist & Hay House Author

For some unknown reason, during the last decade, many people parked their values at the door of the job and gave in to the call of Mammon. This has led directly to the times of high anxiety we live in now. People are, once again, examining their values. Are the principles we espouse carried through in the practice and behaviours? Paul addresses these questions and comes up with interesting conclusions. ~ Tina Roche – CEO, Business in the Community Ireland

Business consultant Paul Davis has produced a useful blueprint for business success with his newly published book, EVOLVE. The book offers practical guidance on steps towards success, along with some good motivational advice and an ethos that is in keeping with the demanding economic climate. The book comes with nods of approval from Senator Feargal Quinn, and from Ian Talbot of Chambers Ireland. Senator Quinn said: The book reminds us that successful businesses are those that make a profit, while at the same time bringing benefits to the wider community. ~ Joe Dermondy – Irish Examiner

The importance of finding your authentic self and developing your career and life in a positive manner around your key qualities is the central theme of this book from business consultant Paul Davis. The author places emphasis on the need for values and spirituality in the quest for contentment and success. Too much conscious thinking clouds our actions, leading to inaction or despair, he notes. Successful business people, he suggests, follow their intuition and maintain a positive and optimistic attitude. The advice here is to listen to your subconscious mind through the practice of meditating. Written as a very practical self-help guide, EVOLVE should prove useful to those experiencing self-doubt or difficult challenges in their business or personal lives. ~ Frank Dillon – Irish Times