The Promise of Potential
This book helps groups and individuals by providing useful strategies for gaining awareness, building a vision and sustaining commitment to action. Secrets like the custom “Partners in Power” and “Coaching to the Core” are revealed. If you want more for your life—more confidence, opportunity and fulfillment—The Promise of Potential is for you.
“This book is the definitive guide to creating more of what you want in your life and work! Jodi has captured the essence of potential and how to create a path for seeing it, reaching it, and celebrating it.
– Mark LeBlanc, Author of Growing Your Business! 2007-2008 President, National Speakers Association
“The Promise of Potential is a book I would recommend to young professionals for its wisdom and its practicality. Jodi Davis has crafted a work that provides concise and encouraging methods for achieving personal and professional success, and it feels like a good friend is cheering you on.”
-André Lewis, former Senior Vice President, RBC Dain Rauscher
The Heart’s Gift
The Heart’s Gift is an inspiring narrative of love, hope and renewal. This timeless story is a courageous account of facing life’s toughest passages. It is a story of growth, maturity and personal triumph – a celebration of life.
The Heart’s Gift reminds us that there are always gifts in adversity. We may not always know the reason why we are given difficult challenges, but if we learn to accept them as “gifts” we are able to live more as empowered beings rather than as victims of our own circumstances.This book is for anyone who has experienced personal hardship or loss. It is a great gift for anyone who needs comfort in knowing that despite personal and professional challenges, there can be more – potential and joy in their life.
“There’s magic in this book, and you won’t have to search for it. We often meet people, read books or have other encounters that remind us of the most important things in life. Although these lessons may be difficult, this book serves as a reminder that they can be considered gifts, if you are willing to accept them.
-Todd V. Blackwell, former Executive Vice President, Target Corporation