About the Author

Eric is married with three children and calls Kentucky his home.  He has an award-winning professional career in data science and predictive analytics as well as being recognized as a leader and activist in the Tea Party and 9/12 Project movements. Eric Wilson is the co-author of “We Surround Them; Our Journey from Apathy to Action” (Georgetown Grassroots Publications, 2011).  His newest book “Cultural Cycles” (just released in the fall of 2017) was a five-year project and have been the coming together of his professional life and personal passions where he uses history and analytics and most of all the readers own intuition and logic to explain the seemly rhythmic nature of history and current events.

The Director of Business Planning for an international company and a Thought Leader and advisor for Institute of Business Forecasting.  Eric Wilson has been working in the fields of business forecasting and analytics for over twenty years. He is a Certified Professional Forecaster who appeared in the Top 20 Pros to Know by Supply & Demand Chain Executive in 2015. He regularly writes peer-reviewed articles on forecasting and predictive analytics and was awarded the Excellence in Business Forecasting and Planning award by the Institute of Business Forecasting in 2016.

Wilson also has a passion for history and politically he is Director of the Kentucky 9/12 Project and was a leader in the national liberty movement who has appeared on multiple shows including Glenn Beck’s and Neil Cavuto’s programs, Voice of America, and the BBC. He is the founder He is the founding member of Brush Fire Forum – a blog and online community – where he has been active at writing and expression his theory of cycles in history and encouraging the principle of self-governing leadership.  He has also been featured and his articles have appearing in publications such as the Washington Post, Blaze, Focus on Family, Reuters, Financial Times, and the Wall Street Journal.

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