Be the best
you can be

Many of us are capable of much more than we realise. But not everyone achieves their true potential despite their best efforts and the efforts of others.

Potential by David Guile aims to give everyone the tools to fulfil their own potential and help others find it, own it and work it.

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David Guile Book Potential

Potential will help you

✓ Achieve more success in your career.
✓ Become a more effective and dynamic leader, for whom others want to work.
✓ Gain clarity in terms of what you want and how to achieve it.
✓ Enhance your positivity, self-belief and confidence.
✓ Take control of yourself and positively influence the future.

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“This book is like having a very practical business coach with you at all times, helping you question what you’re doing and supporting you to achieve your best. David Guile draws on recognised coaching and business practices, packaging it all up into a book that is easy to read and easy to put into practice.”
Anne Scoular – Co founder & Faculty member of Meyler Campbell and author of The Financial Times Guide to Business Coaching

“Believing in yourself is a choice. It’s a choice that you make every day. If you want success, in both your personal and professional life, you have to take responsibility. You have to believe – that you are capable of making your goals happen.”

David Guile, Potential

The Four
Ps of Potential

Packed full with practical tools, Potential draws on David’s own experience as he worked up to CEO and board of the leading hotel group.

✓ Perspective

Gain insight into your strengths and self-limiting beliefs.

✓ Performance

Get the best out of yourself, your team and your business.

✓ Purpose

Define your purpose. What you want to achieve. What’s important to you.

✓ Progress

Embrace change and continually strive to grow and develop.

Watch David talking about the Four Ps of Potential. 

“It’s too easy to lose sight of your successes and achievements and to think yourself less worthy than others. We all have achievements to be proud of. Recognise and embrace them.”

David Guile, Potential