James Goulding has written five books, numerous essays, and over 65 research papers. He is the creator of www.jamesgoulding.com. His web site draws over 75,000 visitors a month where they download his work, read his research and essays, and delve into a number of different subjects Jim covers from generational theory and history to economics and his enormous ebooks library. Plus Jim has hundreds of pieces of his personal art work scanned onto the site.
Furthermore you can read about each book Jim has written that are available on Amazon in Kindle form and from Blurb.com in physical form.
Here are the Web links to Jim's books where you'll find all you need to know about the books before purchasing them:
a) 8-Steps to Therapy: http://www.jamesgoulding.com/8stepstotherapy.html
b) Winter is Coming: http://www.jamesgoulding.com/wic.htm
c) Nano: http://www.jamesgoulding.com/Nano.htm
8-Steps to Therapy follows the friendship of two characters, Michael and Jim. One morning Jim finds himself on the brink of suicide. Just as Jim is about to pull the trigger something compels him to reach out for help.
He calls his friend Michael. From this point on, Michael leads Jim into the world of intensive therapy. Jim learns how to cope with the everyday pressures that life brings through the tools that Michael offers. Three tools specifically play a big role in Jim's recovery. The book culminates with '8-steps' that anyone can follow if they choose the road to recovery.
Winter is Coming tells the story of a crisis era called Winter. The work in this book is based on two generational theorists, William Strauss and Neil Howe. The book also includes economist Harry S. Dent's work.
You'll want to read this book if you want to know, why and who is forcing the coming crisis. How the crisis era cycles through American History arrive like clockwork, yet, they shock everyone when they come
Learn how reoccurring financial, war, generational, and political cycles contribute to our history and shape our future.
*how 'America's Greatest Generation' ripped you off
*why 'boomers suck'
*how approximately every 85 years, the generations line up in specific age location that set the stage for the Winter era
Winter is Coming is short, concise and a great introduction to the brilliant work of Strauss and Howe.
Nano is about one man's quest to end campaign financing. To accomplish this he must create and entirely new technology.
Follow his journey that begins in the Frank Lloyd Wright district, in Oak Park, IL and ends in the beautiful city of Vienna, Austria.