The medical doctor and author released a memoir titled “Risking is Better Than Regretting: Live Without Regrets.” Like her other books, this memoir narrates several true-life experiences and inspires readers of all ages.
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The new memoir assesses Dr. Davis’ 35-year-long journey as a medical epidemiologist in various African and Asian countries. It aims to compel readers to take bold steps towards making a difference.
Most people are afraid to make big decisions or changes because they do not want to risk losing their comfort and security. However, regrets and unfulfillment are even scarier to deal with further down the line.
In her third book, Dr. Davis describes her journey in the field as emotional, dangerous, and highly rewarding. In addition, she details marked experiences during her career that serve as a wake-up call to readers who seek a purposeful life.
The memoir gives insight into being bold and calculated while making risky decisions. It encourages readers to engage in self-examination often and make changes wherever they have made mistakes in their lives instead of living with regrets.
In this book, Dr. Davis does not disregard the danger of taking risks. On the contrary, she acknowledges the potential consequences but asserts that the trick is for people to weigh and decide their level of risk tolerance.
People who want to take their lives in new, daring and fulfilling directions are encouraged to read her memoir, which is available at https://www.amazon.com/Cornelia-E-Davis/e/B00TM9J114
Dr. Cornelia E. Davis is a renowned epidemiologist, author, and speaker. She is known to friends as Connie. For over three decades, she worked with the WHO, UNICEF, and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to rid twenty countries of infectious diseases like smallpox and malaria.
In 2017, she released her first book titled “Searching for Sitala Mata: Eradicating Smallpox in India.” Shortly after, she released her bestselling second book, “Three Years in Ethiopia: How a Civil War and Epidemics Led Me to My Daughter.”
A satisfied reader had this to say: “By sharing episodes and stories from her life, Connie inspires you to take calculated risks. And although life doesn’t give too many second chances, it’s not too late, and there is still time!”
Interested parties can find more information on Connie’s memoirs by visiting https://www.facebook.com/corneliaedavismd
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