James H. Boudreau
James H. Boudreau has had a diverse, if not storied, career in marketing, sales and entrepreneurship. He began working in retail selling computers and ultimately moved on to executive level positions in the video game and computer game industries. At age 33 he “left it all behind” to obtain an MBA from Northeastern University. After graduating in 1996 he pursued a career in consulting and entrepreneurship, launching dozens of businesses and thousands of products. He also taught marketing and entrepreneurship for 10 years as a part-time lecturer at Northeastern University.
Beyond his “traditional credentials”, the author has devoted countless hours to doing volunteer in the community and working with entrepreneurs to help them realize their dreams. In 2011 he finally began to pursue his passion for writing finishing this book in 2013.
Society, Economics, Politics
The author's father grew up during the Great Depression...his grandfather worked in Roosevelt's WPA (Works Progress Administration). He went from being a jeweler and entrepreneur to building roads with a shovel until his hands bled. This was the character instilled in the author that, coupled with utter disgust at the current state of affairs, led to these pages being written.
Exporting Prosperity attempts to break down some of the more complex economic statistics into digestible "nuggets" and language. It takes those basic statistics (and the ones the media and government avoid talking about(and puts forth a theory why the U.S. Economy has been in an ongoing decline for more than 20 years...