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Reading List: Neil Davidson of My Web Presenters

Neil Davidson

Neil Davidson

In “Reading List,” we ask ecommerce professionals to name some of their favorite recent books and blogs and tell us why they read them. For this installment, we corresponded with Neil Davidson, founder of My Web Presenters, a web video production company. My Web Presenters also publishes a blog, which focuses on providing practical content on video production and video marketing.

Neil Davidson’s Top Books

[**The Joy of Manufacturing**]() _by Soichiro Honda_


“An unbelievable story of how Mr. Honda overcame almost every adversity imaginable to turn Honda into the most powerful motor company in the World.”

The Art of Happiness by Dalai Lama

“A guide to what is important from a man who has truly found enlightenment.”

The Moon’s a Balloon by David Niven

“A story of early Hollywood that inspires me with the fun and larger-than-life characters who formed Hollywood as the entertainment center of the world.”

Managing by Harold Geneen

“A practical book on management by the business legend who built ITT from $765 million [in total revenue] to $17 billion, in 9 years.”

The Miracle Man by Morris Goodman

“Left paraplegic after a flying accident, Morris Goodman defied all the odds to survive, walk unassisted and become one of the top motivational speakers in the world.”

Neil Davidson’s Top 5 Blogs


“This blog has a great mix of the latest news surrounding the world of online video and also has a good amount of practical content too.”

Young Entrepreneur

“Fantastic blog that helps to give advice to young entrepreneurs and supports them in finding funding and mentoring.”

Seth Godin’s Blog

“Most of you will know this blog well, but I find that Seth Godin continues to communicate with common sense consistently.”

Vagabond Journey

“Travel is a passion of mine and the stories in this blog are truly adventurous and make me want to pack my bags and get on the next plane to anywhere.”

TED Blog

“I wish that I had more time to watch more TED presentations. They are inspiring and I have learned something from every single one that I have watched.”

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