A Collection of Articles and Interviews with Jeffrey

Journalists & Reporters

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Short Bio:

Jeffrey Davis is an author, team culture consultant, innovation & thought leader strategist, speaker, and CEO of Tracking Wonder Consultancy. His latest book TRACKING WONDER: Reclaiming a Life of Meaning and Possibility in a World Obsessed with Productivity (Sounds True, 2021) is a Next Big Idea Club Finalist. For over 25 years, Jeffrey has worked with and inspired thousands of change-makers, creatives, and teams to unlock their best ideas through the pursuit of curiosity, innovation, and wonder. He writes for Psychology Today and other outlets.

Long Bio:

Jeffrey Davis researches and works with creative innovators, organizations, and social psychologists to understand how people & organizations flourish in times of challenge and change – without burning out or burning bridges. His latest book TRACKING WONDER: Reclaiming a Life of Meaning and Possibility in a World Obsessed with Productivity (Sounds True, 2021) is a Next Big Idea Club Finalist. Host of the Tracking Wonder podcast show, Jeffrey holds round table conversations with leaders and creative thinkers such as Silicon Valley futurist Alex Soojung-Kim Pang, Chip and Dan Heath, Pam Slim, Todd Henry, Srini Pillay, Jonathan Fields, Charlie Gilkey, and Susan Piver. Interviewees and publications regularly call upon Jeffrey’s insights on advancing innovative ideas, shaping a creative work life (and life outside of work), and leading with more wonder over cynicism in this new world of work.

Tracking Wonder is a company, consultancy, an international community where Jeffrey reaches thousands of entrepreneurs, professionals, and organizational leaders.

Jeffrey also writes on the psychology of creativity & entrepreneurship in the early 21st century as a regular contributor to Psychology Today, The Creativity Post, and Thrive Global. He teaches and speaks at leading centers, conferences, and universities.

He lives with his wife and two daughters in an 1850 farmhouse in the Hudson Valley of New York.

Jeffrey’s Work In Creativity Featured In:

Interviews with Jeffrey:


My Fourth Act with Achim Nowak | The Lost Art of Cultivating Wonder
Heart of Business with Mark Silver | The Medicine of Hope, and Tracking Wonder
Next Big Idea Club | Book Bite feature for Tracking Wonder and Audiogram
Good Life Project with Jonathan Fields | A Wonder-Full Life
Stumbling toward Genius with Cynthia Morris | Wonder as a Tool of Resiliency
Pivot with Jenny Blake | Tracking Wonder with Jeffrey Davis
Duct Tape Marketing with John Jantch | Cultivating The Lost Art Of Wonder In Your Life
Indie Film Hustle with Alex Ferrari | The Art of Creativity and Wonder
Daring to Rest with Karen Brody | Tracking Wonder: Reclaiming a Life of Meaning and Possibility in a World Obsessed with Productivity
Fueling Creativity with Dr. Cyndi Burnett & Dr. Mark Worwood | Tracking Wonder and Creativity with Jeffrey Davis
The Creative Superheroes Podcast with Andrea Scher | Tracking Wonder with Jeffrey Davis
Happier with Gretchen Rubin | Jeffrey Davis: Do It Together Beats Do It Yourself
Good Life Project with Jonathan Fields | Tracking Wonder and Loving Life
NY The Open Center with Tara Mohr | Why Wonder Now?
Mirabai’s Online Group Workshop with Jeff and Audrey Cuiule | Reclaim Your Birthright to Wonder For a Year of Possibility


Productive Flourishing with Charlie Gilkey | Reconciling Productivity and Wonder
Bound and Determined with Richelle Fredson | Finding Wonder in the Creative Process
Productive Flourishing with Charlie Gilkey | Why It’s So Hard to Stand for Something
Good Life Project Radio Roundtable with Jonathan Fields | On Legacy, Life and Laughter
The Abundant Artist with Cory Huff | How Artists Can Write Their Books

Questions I’m Often Asked

  • What is wonder and why as a culture are we ready to foster more of it?
  • What is one surprising skill set that emerging entrepreneurs need that they’re often not prepared for? (hint: self-efficacy)
  • How are successful organizations designing for moments of wonder in the workplace?
  • How is cultivating wonder the surprising advantage for some of the most renowned and fulfilled innovators we know? 
  • How can we retrain our brains to focus, flow, and un-focus well?

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Bio for media Use:

Founder of Tracking Wonder Consulting,  Jeffrey Davis partners with mission-centered innovators and organizations to foster learning cultures of openness and radical possibility. His and his team’s distinct capabilities are designing work cultures of wonder, delight, & insight as well as helping individuals shape an intentional life with more meaning and possibility.

A team culture consultant, strategist, speaker, and author of five books, Jeffrey also writes online columns for Psychology Today, Thrive Global, and other outlets.

As the leader of a powerful online community based at Tracking Wonder, Jeffrey and his team reach thousands of people in more than 38 countries each week through publications, events, and social media platforms.