Paul Davis FCMA CMC is a leading business growth specialist and trusted advisor in Ireland, and has turned every loss-making business he has worked with into profit. He is known for being a classic lateral thinker, for his strong commercial acumen, and his exceptional ability to identify the constraints of a business and, with his down-to-earth approach, quickly implement plans for change within an organisation and its individuals.
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 - www.drdavidhamilton.com 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