Tagged: motivation

Hope Is Not A Successful Recruiting Strategy…

Hope is a strong emotion and one that can carry us through many difficult situations in life. Sometimes it is the only thing that can keep us going and, when we don’t know the outcome, “we hope for the best”. I’ve relied on hope and I do hope for the best, but when it comes […]

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For Self-Improvement to Work, You Have to Do the Hard Things

Conscious, continuous self-improvement is one of the toughest challenges many people face as they get lost in the day-to-day grind of work.  Sometimes it’s hard to remember to continuously ask yourself– what can I be doing better? I struggle with this very same problem and find myself needing to remind myself what I’m working towards, […]

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Be Your Own Hero

While accepting the Oscar for the Best Actor last night, Matthew McConaughey talked about his hero. From the time he was 15, he decided his hero was himself 10 years down the road. “My hero’s always 10 years away, I’m never going to attain that. That keeps me with somebody to keep on chasing” he […]

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Work Hard, Play Hard: It’s a Lifestyle

Work Hard, Play Hard is a commonly-used phrase in our organization. People use it to describe their Work-Life balance, and how the work ethic applied to one’s job to allows them to enjoy their passions outside of the day-to-day grind. When looking at the Work Hard, Play Hard mentality, I found myself having a very […]

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Go for the Gold: 4 Steps to Live Like an Olympian

Olympians are the best of the best when it comes to athletic competition. With the Winter Olympics just over a week away, I want to dedicate this week’s blog to being the best at whatever it is you do. As any Olympian would probably tell you, set goals. Here at DAVIS we set both personal […]

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