Jeff Davidson's book, Simpler Living, was Amazon Kindle #1 in its category, first quarter, 2012. Jeff is featured in the NY Times, Forbes, Chicago Tribune, Businessweek, Fortune, Organized Executive, and Success.

Books that cite Jeff Davidson

A sampling of books that cite, quote, or refer to Jeff Davidson:
  • 400 Ways to Stop Stress Now…and Forever! by Gaynor McTigue. 2006, 276 pages.
  • Acorn Principle: Know Yourself, Grow Yourself by Jim Cathcart. 1999, 240 pages.
  • Ad Nauseam: A Survivor’s Guide to American Consumer Culture by Carrie McLaren and Jason Torchinsky. 2009, 339 pages.
  • American Mania: When More Is Not Enough by Peter Whybrow. 2005, 352 pages.
  • Back to Life After a Heart Crisis: A Doctor and His Wife Share Their 8-Step Cardiac Comeback Plan by Marc Wallack and Jamie Colby. 2010, 308 pages.
  • Back to Life: Getting Past your Past with Resilience, Strength, and Optimism by Alicia Salzer. 2011, 204 pages.
  • Career Smarts: 201 Guiding Principles From the World’s Best and Brightest by Russell Wild. 1999, 219 pages.
  • Career Intelligence: The 12 New Rules for Work & Life Success by Barbara Moses. 1998, 283 pages.
  • Choosing Simplicity: Real People Finding Peace and Fulfillment in a Complex World by Linda Breen Pierce. 2000, 348 pages.
  • Communicating Effectively by Sauna Hybels and Richard Weaver. 1998, 500 pages.
    • Communicating for Results: A Guide for Business and the Professions by Cheryl Hamilton. 2010, 478 pages.
    • Complete Idiot’s Guide to Organizing Your Life by Georgene Muller Lockwood. 1999, 294 pages.
    • Complete Idiot’s Guide to Overcoming Procrastination by Michelle Tullier. 2000, 362 pages.
    • Complete Idiot’s Guide to Running by Bill Rodgers and Scott Douglas. 2003, 368 pages.
    • Complete Idiot’s Guide to Team Building by Arthur R. Pell. 1999, 412 pages.
    • Conversations for Change: 12 Ways to Say it Right When It Matters Most by Shawn Kent Hayashi. 2010, 256 pages.
    • Conversations for Creating Star Performers by Shawn Kent Hayashi. 2012, 234 pages.
    • Disciplines Dreaming: A Proven System to Drive Breakthrough Creativity by Josh Linkner. 2011, pages unknown.
    • Eden’s Legacy by Gabriel Deeds. 2004, 214 pages.
    • Essentials of Public Speaking by Cheryl Hamilton. 2005, 400 pages.
    • Everyday Theology: How to Read Cultural Texts and Interpret Trends by Kevin Vanhoozer, Charles Anderson, and Michael Sleasman. 2007, 287 pages.
    • Fool-Proof Marketing: 15 Winning Methods for Selling Any Product or Service in Any Economy by Robert Bly. 2002, 288 pages.
    • Getting Business to Come To You by Paul Edwards, Sarah Edwards, and Laura Clampitt Douglas. 1998, 686 pages.
    • Goals! How To Get Everything You Want Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible by Brian Tracy. 2004, 291 pages.
    • Guerrilla Marketing: Easy and Inexpensive Strategies for Making Big Profits by Jay Conrad Levinson, Jeannie Levinson, and Amy Levinson. 2007, 358 pages.
    • Guerilla Marketing for Consultants by Jay Conrad Levinson and Michael McLaughlin. 2011, 304 pages.
    • How to Get from Cubicle to Corner Office by Joel Weiss. 2005, 128 pages.
    • How to Make It Big as a Consultant by William Cohen. 2001, 348 pages.
    • In Mixed Company: Communicating in Small Groups and Teams by Dan Rothwell. 2009, 486 pages.
    • Inspiration For a Lifetime by Allen Klein. 2010, 244 pages.
    • Jeff Herman’s Guide to Book Publishers, Editors, and Literary Agents, 2006 by Jeff Herman. 2005, 944 pages.
    • Just Get Out There by Gilli Moon. 2010, 328 pages.
    • Let’s Go Into Business Together: 8 Secrets to Successful Business Partnering by Azriela Jaffe. 2001, 288 pages.
    • Live Rich: Everything You Need to Know To Be Your Own Boss by Stephen Pollan and Mark Levine. 2000, 320 pages.
    • Living With The Power of Simplicity by Norman Wright. 2009, 265 pages.
    • Make Your Business Survive and Thrive! by Priscilla Huff. 2006, 368 pages.
    • Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Well-Being by Brian Luke Seaward, Ph.D., 2011, 586 pages.
    • Natural Prescriptions for Women: What to Do, When to Do It, To Solve More than 100 Female Health Problems, by Susan Berg, Without Drugs. 2000, 576 pages.
    • Organizing From the Inside Out: the Foolproof System for Organizing your Home, Your Office, and Your Life by Julie Morganstern. 2004, 320 pages.
    • Organizing for Your Brain Type: Finding Your Own Solution to Managing Time, Paper, and Stuff by Lanna Nakone. 2005, 224 pages.
    • People Smart With Family, Friends, and Significant Others by Tony Alessandra, Ph.D., and Michael O’Connor, Ph.D., 2006, 240 pages.
    • Playing Bigger Than You Are: How to Sell Big Accounts Even if You’re David in a World of Goliaths by William Brooks. 2009, 240 pages.
    • Power in Numbers by Brian Forst. 1987, 257 pages.
    • Presentations for Dummies by Malcolm Kushner. 2011, 384 pages.
    • Public Speaking For Dummies by Malcolm Kushner. 1999, 382 pages.
    • Real Estate Rainmaker: Guide to Online Marketing by Dan Richard. 2004, 310 pages.
    • Reflection on Life: Why We’re Here and How to Enjoy the Journey by Allen Klein. 2006, 144 pages.
    • Secrets From the Treadmill: Discover God’s Rest in the Busyness of Life by Pete Briscoe and Patricia Hickman. 2004, 211 pages.
    • Secrets of a Freelance Writer: How to make $100,000 a Year or More by Robert Bly. 2006, 385 pages.
    • Selling Your Services: Proven Strategies for Getting Clients to Hire You by Robert Bly. 1992, 368 pages.
      • Shame and Anger: The Criticism Connection by Brock Hansen. 2007, 226 pages. Finnigan and Marc Karasu. 2005, 192 pages.
      • Simplicity Lessons: A Step Guide to Living Simply by Linda Breen Pierce. 2003, 240 pages.
      • Soultsunami: Sink or Swim in New Millennium Culture by Leonard Sweet. 2009, 448 pages.
      • Speaking as a Professional: Enhance Your Therapy or Coaching Practice Through Presentations by Daniel Grandstaff. 2005, 320 pages.
      • Stress Management Skills Training Course by Kathryn Critchley. 2010, 182 pages.
      • Successful Nonfiction: Tips and Inspiration for Getting Published by Dan Poynter. 1999, 144 pages.
      • Take Back Your Time: How to Regain Control of Work, Information, and Technology by Jan Jasper. 1999, 288 pages.
      • The 100 Absolutely Unbreakable Laws of Business Success by Brian Tracy. 2008, 544 pages.
      • The Complete Idiot’s Mini Guide to Project Goals for Project Managers by Michael Campbell, PMP. 2011, 98 pages.
      • The Economics of Labor Markets by Bruce Kaufman and Julie Hotchkiss. 2003, 765 pages.
      • The Essentials of Project Management by Lauren Johnson, Richard Leucke, Robert Austin. 2006, 326 pages.
      • The 100 Greatest Ideas for Building Your Career by Ken Langdon. 2003, 184 pages.
      • The Everything Public Speaking Book: Deliver a Winning Presentation Every Time! by Scott S. Smith. 2008, 288 pages.
      • The Lawyer’s Career Change Handbook by Hindi Greenberg. 1998, 310 pages.
      • The Speaker’s Handbook by Jo Sprague, Douglas Stuart, and David Bodary. 2008, 560 pages.
      • Thinking About Tomorrow: Reinventing Yourself at Midlife by Susan Crandell. 2007, 320 pages.
      • Time Management From the Inside Out by Julie Morgenstern. 2004, 304 pages.
      • Your Career in Nursing: Manage Your Future in the Changing World of Healthcare by Annette Valano. 2008, 320 pages.
      • Your Guide to Perpetual Youth, Age Protectors by Edward Claflin. 1998, 548 pages.
      • Your Next Move: Success Strategies for Midcareer Professionals by Dan Finnigan and Marc Karasu. 2005, 192 pages.