Inventor and Innovator Steps Sassy to British Columbia

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New inventions as niche or mass market? We help you find your own yardstick.

Atlanta innovator and inventor, Cheryl Scales, will be the featured guest of award winning DJ/Radio Producer, Wayne Kelly, hosted on British Columbia’s KBS 95.7. The March 20, 2006 interview is part of the Motivational Monday’ series. This series reflects Kelly’s commitment to bring various viewpoints to help listeners find enjoyment and achieve their dreams. According to Scales, “Wayne’s vision and humor are ingredients of inspiration. He is simply fun and I look forward to joining his listeners to talk about unleashing their creativity and inventions.” Often times, people have ideas for solutions to problems, but do not know how to take their initial steps or re-energize plans which have been on the shelf.

The guest list of Motivational Monday is impressive and varied including Alexis Stewart and Charles Koppleman (The Apprentice Martha Stewart), Mark Victor Hansen, Dr. Phil McGraw, Stedman Graham, Lionel Richie, Robert Kiyosaki, Dr. John Gray, and more.

According to Scales, “Inventions are the ideas that solve problems in people’s lives in a relevant way.” The differences lie in the yardstick of success. This type of innovation has been a hallmark of Scales’ career with some of the most famous brands in your household and her own company, The House of Sassy.

About Cheryl D. Scales

Cheryl D. Scales is an Innovator, Intrapreneur, Entrepreneur, Energizer, Change Agent, and Chief Sass Officer. She recently launched her own company, the House of Sassy. With a new product, chic shoe lingerieTM, she is enjoying success and stepping forward to the next level. Because of her invention, she is a finalist for two television shows. Cheryl teaches people how to take an idea out of your head and into market in less than 365 days. For further information, please visit To schedule an in-depth interview, please contact Saran Spicer.

About Wayne Kelly

Wayne is a Media coach and a Top 40 Radio DJ with a very successful radio show called "The Wayne and Jayne Show" that you listen to in your car at 95.7 FM. Wayne has the unique ability to make his guests feel comfortable enough to talk freely. For his live October 2001 broadcast from Ground Zero in New York, he won a Canadian Association of Broadcasters "Special Citation" for community service. He was voted “Broadcaster of Tomorrow” from the British Columbia Association of Broadcasters. Visit Wayne at


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