Jeffrey Davis - 1440 Multiversity

The Practice at 1440: Design-Your-Own Yoga Retreat, Jan 17–20.


Jeffrey Davis

Speaker, author, master teacher

Jeffrey Davis  is a speaker, author, poet, master teacher, and strategist known for his views on creative mastery, meaningful work, and branding with integrity. He heads up the team at  Tracking Wonder consultancy and is  a veteran strategist, helping accomplished professionals, creative entrepreneurs, and business leaders advance their best ideas for a better world. He is also the author of Tracking Wonder: The Surprising Path to Deep Purpose, Creative Fulfillment, & Effortless Mastery (forthcoming 2021, Sounds True).

Through the  Tracking Wonder podcast, Jeffrey interviews creative innovators, scientists, and social psychologists to discover how innovators flourish in times of challenge and change. He also writes for outlets such as Psychology Today online and The Creativity Post.

Jeffrey cofounded the Walden Institute, devoted to the study of human potential, and was a resident at the Zen Mountain Monastery in New York. He also worked with his yoga teacher, Sri T.K.V. Desikachar, in Chennai, India.

Upcoming Programs

A Wondrous Mind

February 2 - 7, 2020

Sunday - Friday, 5 nights

Do you sometimes wonder if you’re fulfilling your greatest potential? Neuropsychology shows us that unconscious patterns can close our minds to seeing opportunities and solutions to our personal and professional challenges. In this 5-day workshop with master teacher and psychology-of-creativity expert Jeffrey Davis, learn to dissolve those cognitive walls. Embrace skills of radical openness, curiosity,...

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Previous Programs

Tracking Wonder in Times of Challenge and Change

January 20 - 25, 2019

Sunday - Friday, 5 nights

Feeling confused, uninspired, or directionless? A sense of true wonder is the one human experience that dissolves our habitual ways of perceiving problems—in work, relationships, and life—so we can conceive radically new solutions. Beyond grit, focus, and 10,000 hours of deliberate practice, wonder is the surprising advantage of the people who describe themselves as fulfilled...