Devin Ambron is a leadership developer who consults, writes and speaks about building intrinsic qualities for personal and professional success. He’s acclaimed for his blog, The Daily Inspiration, which has 14,000 podcast listeners in 39 countries and holds a ranking in the global Top 100 spot for "Health and Self Help" podcasts in iTunes.

Mr. Ambron has helped over a dozen businesses increase their effectivity by analyzing strategic and operational procedures then redesigning competitive alternatives. Devin maintains close partnerships with those he has had the opportunity to serve and is a living example of the network proficiency he teaches in his leadership curriculum. His propensity for growth drives a hunger for knowledge in leadership, self motivation, communication and business.

Aside from professional ventures, Devin is an innovator and creator. He enjoys composing music and traveling the world to observe the human experience by engaging with diverse cultures to challenge his own paradigms.


His empirical human endeavor is to be a man of character, of integrity, of worth: to spread the values of education, stewardship, and interdependency to others. Warm the hearts of whom he may have the privilege of serving, to be effective, to transform, to lead, to have strength. And above all leave a lasting legacy for all those who were touched by this mans life. A life, which speaks loudly with resonance and magnitude everlasting, after death. Ad infinitum.
Devin Ambron


Although psychology does not solve all of the worlds problems, I believe there is great merit to understanding oneself. By applying specific strategies to my personality style it helps make me more effective and well rounded.


The following is a list of books read to improve and expand my knowledge in a variety of self-improvement fields.

  • 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Steven Covey
  • Awaken The Giant Within, Anthony Robbins
  • Blink, Malcolm Gladwell
  • Entreleadership, Dave Ramsey
  • Financial Peace, Dave Ramsey
  • Fired Up or Burned Out, Michael Stallard
  • Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni
  • Four Hour Workweek, Tim Ferriss
  • Freakonomics, Steven Levitt
  • Getting Past No, William Ury
  • How To Talk To Anyone, Leil Lowndes
  • How To Win Friends and Influence People In the Digital Age, Dale Carnegie Foundation
  • How To Win Friends and Influence People, Dale Carnegie
  • Linchpin, Seth Godin
  • Little Red Book of Selling, Jeffrey Gitomer
  • Nickel and Dimed, Barbara Ehrenreich
  • Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell
  • Start With Why, Simon Sinek
  • Strengths Finder 2.0, Tom Rath
  • Tipping Point, Malcolm Gladwell
  • Who Moved My Cheese, Spencer Johnson
  • You Can’t Do It Without Them, Wes Kench