Jeff Davidson

Right Wire Report Interviews Jeff Davidson, Author, and Motivational Speaker

Jeff Davidson is an author and motivational speaker with an MBA from the University of Connecticut. Davidson founded the Breathing Space Institute in 1995. Jeff has traveled to 45 states to present groundbreaking lectures. He is a Professional Speaker for businesses and organizations on time management, stress relief, and regulating an effective work-life balance. Jeff has written 68 books and over 4,424 magazine articles. Right Wire Report is privileged to have Mr. Davidson’s articles published on the site.

The Right Wire Report conducted a brief but candid interview via Skype with Jeff aired live in our chatroom. Jeff gives us his profound take on the issues and concerns of the day. Topics discussed:

  1. Give us a two-minute thumbnail about yourself – and perhaps tell us one thing you have done that people might be surprised about?
  2. As an author and motivational speaker, what do you feel are the burning issues in business and in the greater society as a whole we need to be aware of and begin to address in our personal lives?
  3. Where is society, politics, and the state of the nation today? What do you feel as a nation and society we should be concerned about, addressing urgently? Any possible solutions?
  4. How do the political-ideological sides effectively talk to one another and, what is the best approach to break through the resistance to find common ground?

We were able to delve into many other topics in under thirty minutes.

Take a listen to this fascinating interview below:

Learn more about Jeff Davidson below with references to the specific books mentioned in the interview and where one can reach out and connect with Jeff.

  • To reach Jeff Davidson – click here at
  • Jeff’s Book: Breathing Space: Living and Working at a Comfortable Pace in a Sped-Up Society
  • Jeff’s Book: Simpler Living, Second Edition-Revised and Updated: A Back to Basics Guide to Cleaning, Furnishing, Storing, Decluttering, Streamlining, Organizing, and More
  • A list of all of Jeff’s books: Complete List of Jeff’s Books
  • The Dennis Prager referenced article ” The Left is Evil – and Liberals Keep Voting for Them”

The Right Wire Report wants to thank Jeff for giving his time, expertise in his field and sharing his insights with our community. We appreciate his generously supporting our young aggregate site with added value content.

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Written by Tom Williams

Born down on the farm in America's Midwest, my early life was spent climbing the ladder via a long career in information technology. Starting as a technician, and after earning a degree going to night school, I eventually found a place working at ATT Bell Laboratories as a software engineer.

Later moving into management and then a long stint in a major management consulting firm working with major banking, telecommunications, and retail companies. Working in various states in America, I also spent considerable time living and working in several European countries - currently expat in France. As a side career, I was heavily involved in real estate development and an avid futures trader. This experience can give one a unique view of the world.

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  1. What an enjoyable and informative 30 minutes. Frankly, these days I hardly engage with anyone that makes me think. What I mean is engage politically or culturally where stimulating conversation makes me go hmm…
    So many of us are stuck on talking points and confirmation bias that it feels like conversing with one another is like going round to round on the same race track. Thank you Mr. Davidson for turning my wheel a bit.

    I walked away from that brief interview with one booming thought – I need to learn how to listen and communicate more effectively. For me, that was a shocking conclusion as I pride myself on both skills.

    Again, a wonderful interview and, I am now looking forward to exploring, more of your content.

    The RWR interviewer also did a great job with developing questions and delivering space for productive and fascinating exchanges- bravo.
    So looking forward to more in the RWR Interview series.

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