Introduce yourself to our audience. Tell us who you are and what you are currently focused on.
Hello, my name is Tonya Davis. I am a business strategist who helps alternative medicine and holistic health professionals to build and scale 6-Figure businesses that feel authentic and in alignment with their purpose, passion, and values.
As a high-impact coach for Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi, as well as my own brand, 5th Dimensional Success, I have coached hundreds of entrepreneurs to successfully reach their highest goals.
Having worked in healthcare, my mission is to impact world health by narrowing the gap between traditional medicines and holistic therapies.
Tell us about your favorite Ellevate Network memory or success story. Why are you a member?
As a new member, I’m looking forward to being a part of many Ellevate Network memories. My purpose is to meet fellow female executives and exchange specialist knowledge that drives mutual growth — let’s make success stories together.
How would you define your professional mission?
In my formative years as a healthcare student, I was always driven towards making an impact on the world. I carry this desire with me today in my mission to close the gap between traditional and alternative therapies: we’re on the cusp of a new era in healthcare and I aim to help holistic health practices thrive in this changing world.
What is one of your most memorable career accomplishments?
If I had to pick one, then building several cancer treatment centers is the closest to my heart. They embody my desire to be a force of good and leave a lasting legacy on Earth.
On a business level, being tutored by Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi to become a certified coach was a real honor - and worth all the blood, sweat, and tears that went into my KBB Mastermind program.
What are some career challenges on your radar?
Adapting to an ever-changing world is a constant challenge, so I’m always seeking to find that balance between maintaining a solid company core and scaling the business to meet shifting demands.
I push for my business to be the same as the healthcare we embrace: organic, flexible, and forward-looking.
What is the most rewarding part of your job?
While I’ve gained a lot of personal satisfaction from seeing my ideas flourish, helping other entrepreneurs turn their dreams into reality brings me true joy.
My clients often don’t realize the potential they have — which is understandable, life often gets in the way — so helping them to launch their business and have a deep impact on other people’s lives is a truly rewarding experience.
What legacy do you hope to leave through your work?
I hope to continue building my legacy by working with those on the front line of healthcare to change the paradigm of world health. We have an enormous opportunity to shift its trajectory towards a more sustainable and inclusive system, and I want to be remembered as someone who helped to shape that.
What is your morning ritual?
My morning ritual is sacred to me, as it puts me in the best possible frame of mind for the day ahead.
I have a dedicated space that I call my spiritual sanctuary where I head to as soon as I wake up. I light incense and meditate, before making a list of all the things that I’m grateful for. I then set down a set of targets for the day, and ask God how I can best serve somebody.
I need this time for myself on a regular basis, away from the glare of modern technology. I would recommend it to anybody.
What would you say your personal superpower is?
If I had to compare my ability to a superpower, then it would be the x-ray vision. After all, I specialize in helping people see opportunities and then mapping out a strategy to make that vision a success.
We all have a superpower inside of us, but we just need the right tools to bring it to the surface. My job is to identify that superpower and unleash its full potential.
What advice would you offer future leading ladies wishing to break into your industry?
Here are four things that I wish I knew when I started out.
1. Embrace your unique identity. We get caught up in trying to be like someone we admire when really we should be putting our energy toward finding out what makes us different, and how that can have a positive impact on the world.
2. Let passion drive your career. We often let material items drive our decision making, when we should be letting our passion and purpose guide us. If we do this, we won’t have regrets when we look back in later life.
3. Get out of that comfort zone. It’s a nice, warm place but we don’t learn anything there. Stretch yourself and do things you’ve never done before - it will open up so many opportunities.
4. Healthcare and spirituality are intertwined. They’re both part of the same spiritual journey towards completing the wholeness paradigm - the emotional, physical, spiritual, and intellectual elements that build our best selves. Once we understand this, we’re better placed to help people as healthcare professionals.
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