Albany, NY (PRWEB) October 13, 2008
Wayne Perry appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show in 1995, teaching the Queen of Talk to use police pepper spray for self defense. Ten years later, Perry turned pepper spray into a million dollar enterprise, starting with less than five hundred dollars and a dream. After an accidental discovery, he invented the world's first hot pepper nasal spray sold over the counter. Known as Sinus Buster, his invention proved to be a breakthrough for relieving headaches, sinus and allergy symptoms. Now Perry is sharing his steps for entrepreneurial success in an upcoming book.
In anticipation of the book release, Perry has begun posting videos on YouTube giving free entrepreneurial tips for people looking to create their own money making ideas. In the videos, he shares unique experiences to help aspiring entrepreneurs achieve their dreams by finding their own million dollar idea. So far the reaction has been swift, garnering hundreds of views in just the first day.
The premier episode, "Sparking Your Million Dollar Idea," is a motivational rant that spells out necessary steps to find a big idea in these desperate economic times. Perry's lesson touches on the tumbling stock market, failing 401k plans and "Corporate Constipation," a term Perry coined and trademarked. Wayne Perry's rags to riches story, is one that all aspiring entrepreneurs can look to as hope for their own success.
Perry will continue to post weekly video business rants on his YouTube channel "Pepperman911," leading up to the release of his first book in January. Future announcements of media appearances and book signings will appear in the coming months.
According to Perry, the book title is still top secret, "Under the publishing agreement, I can't announce the official title of my book yet, but I can guarantee you'll see corporate constipation somewhere on the cover. This book was designed for entrepreneurs who have to start with nothing, and these days that means most of us."
In 2007, Perry appeared on CNBC's, "Big Idea with Donny Deutsch," in an episode highlighting successful entrepreneurs that started with less than $ 500. In 2008, he sold the Sinus Buster brand to Dynova Laboratories, a manufacturer of innovative natural health products, with significant financial backing and widespread distribution.
Although Wayne Perry continues to work for Dynova, he's also venturing into motivational speaking and publishing for the entrepreneurial crowd. Perry's publisher intends to release a DVD based on his book, and there's also plans for a reality television show aimed at aspiring twenty-first century entrepreneurs.