Brian Davis is a coach and business consultant who inspires men to live their purpose. He’s the founder of Men of Destiny and 100X Kingdom Entrepreneurs. Plus, he's a husband and father who understands what it takes to succeed in your personal and professional life.
In this episode of Dad Devotionals, Brian shares the wisdom he learned from reading Proverbs and how he's come to understand the need to make peace with his past. He also gives a glimpse into an addiction that almost cost him his marriage. Brian gets real on how he's balancing multiple businesses-- and still being present with his wife and children. All that, and he also shares how men can be the spiritual leaders in their homes. You can find him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/BrianDavis07 and on the Men of Destiny Facebook business page at https://bit.ly/menofdestiny.
Orthodox at Work: it’s a new monthly podcast series that I’ll be doing with Sean Reid, an Orthodox deacon and business coach. It will be featured on the Dad Devotionals podcast at the end of each month starting in June. We will discuss how to live out Orthodoxy in the workplace and your business.
International Orthodox Christian Charities: I’m spreading the word about their DIY Fundraising initiative. Do-it-yourself (DIY) for IOCC is a chance to raise awareness and funds in creative ways. You’re inspired; now do something about it! Decide how you will make an impact for this cause you care so much about. Show the world your passion as you bring your vision to life. Get involved at https://IOCC.org/DIY.
Heroic Leadership: How Heroes Rise Above Crisis Course: It’s usually $197 but I’m offering 30% off with promo code DADTIME. Just go to https://DavidDomzalski.com/heroic-lea....
RunTheMoney.com: this is the place for money management tips for saving more, paying off debt, and budgeting. I also give you ideas and info for starting a side business. Go to https://runthemoney.com.
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