Jason Davis: Stewardship Coach
You might be wondering, “Who exactly is Jason Davis?” Allow me to elaborate. Nickname: “Jaynayday.” Born in Philadelphia, PA (80s baby). Raised in the suburbs of Atlanta, GA. Spent a short stint (3 years) in Broken Arrow, OK (Random right?). Oldest of 3 brothers. Hobbies: movies, sports, reading (non fiction mostly), comics (Marvel vs DC? Undecided). Duluth High School Grad (2005). Georgia Tech Grad (2009). First in family to graduate from college. Played NCAA Div I college football at Georgia Tech (2005-2009). Met the woman of my dreams in 2007 (she didn’t know it then!) and later on married her in March of 2016. Whew! Get it? Got it? Good!
Everybody has obstacles in their life that they must overcome. These trials often reveal certain things about one’s character. Obstacles take on many many forms. I’d like to expound upon one in particular that affects millions of people daily. That is debt. During my upbringing, my family didn’t have a lot of money and experienced serious financial hardship. We moved over 18 times before I was 20 years old. We weren’t a military family, so that number should come across as a major red flag. I can recall instances where we didn’t have electricity or heat and even had to bathe with cold water. Yet, God kept us. I have several things to be thankful for.
As I began to reflect on those worrisome moments, I noticed a recurring theme. We were constantly in debt. It was difficult to have a peaceful outlook on life at times. It seemed like for every step we took forward, we would take two steps back. As the oldest of 3 brothers in a family of 5, I certainly knew what it meant to be in lack. Those experiences challenged me to learn how to properly handle money.
Believe it or not, debt is a form of bondage. Debt keeps you from financial peace and prevents you from potentially living out your dreams. The amount of debt a person has can be very intimidating, almost like being trapped in a city with high walls. During my time of prayer and devotion, God used this wall bondage imagery to remind me of the nation of Israel’s battle at Jericho (found in the Bible: The Book of Joshua). Jericho was a heavily fortified city with towering walls that were supposedly impenetrable. Just as God brought down the “Walls of Jericho” for Israel, he also can help you tear down the “Walls” in your life. I will show you how to be a good steward of the resources you’ve been entrusted with. I don’t want any person to experience what my family went through years ago.
Additionally, in my 10 plus years of corporate work environments, I’ve seen my fair share of politics, inefficient management, and poor leadership. I’ve also experienced the positive outcomes associated with great leadership and teamwork. Humans aren’t meant to be worthless machines used and discarded at will. They are talented, resourceful, and full of purpose just waiting for someone to help them unlock their potential. Through workplace ups and downs, it has become my joy and pleasure to assist businesses in bolstering their impact and effectiveness.
You might be wondering what in the world personal finance, leadership, and teamwork have to do with each other? I call the combination of these “corporate wellness.” 59% of employees worry about finances while at work. 71% of people don’t feel their company can be effectively lead into the future. The number one workplace expenditure is conflict resolution (personality differences). If you want to have a healthy business, you must have healthy employees. We take an inside-out approach. People are the lifeblood of any organization. If you get the culture and the people healthy, you’ll have a better opportunity to build a thriving business. We are here to help guide your business (and people) into the promise land of corporate health. Corporate health = Corporate wealth.
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Jericho Force Enterprises
Jericho Force Enterprises empowers businesses with financial education, leadership development, and the attitude of a team player so their company culture can thrive.
Stewardship is more than just managing money. Stewardship is the essence of faithfully managing the resources you’ve been entrusted with. These resources are assets in your life that include money, time, talent, health, work, tasks, relationships, influence and so much more. I’m trained in the following specific areas that help reinforce principles of stewardship in the workplace:
- Ramsey Solutions Master Financial Coach (Ensuring you get sound financial information)
“Completion of Dave Ramsey’s Financial Coach Master Training does not create an employment or agency relationship with Ramsey Solutions or its affiliates; it does not constitute a license or credentials to engage in legal, tax, accounting, investment, or other professional practice; nor does it constitute an endorsement or recommendation of the Coach by Dave Ramsey.”
- DISCflex Certified Coach (The 4 Personality Temperaments and how they influence your daily interactions)
- Kanban Management Professional (Helping you manage the movement and delivery of value)