“Anyone with a good idea or suitable product can become a millionaire in the “As Seen ON TV” business”
Boynton Beach, FL (PRWEB) February 16, 2010
Entrepreneur Michael Walshe, known as the Ginsu Millionaire, who created the original Ginsu Knife TV package back in 1978 is now revealing some important secrets. In his new book “One Idea Can Make You $1,000,000”, which he has put on an easy to follow CD collection, Walshe reveals methods learned during his more than 30 year career in the "As Seen On TV" industry. He claims that anyone with a good idea or suitable product can become a millionaire in this business. More details can be found at an informative website - MyTVMillions.com - designed to promote the CD collection.
What is interesting is that this marketing veteran is happy to describe, in nothing held back descriptive terms, the features and benefits that should be included in a successful TV product. Walshe also claims that a product, idea or invention can easily be financed and he even includes introductions to contacts who can do this.
His motivation is based on predictions made back in the ‘70’s which he sees becoming reality in current times. People are applying knowledge from hobbies, passions, volunteer work, secondary studies, natural skills, cultural influences, ideas and much more in order to create employment or their own business. All these segments of life bring forth ideas and, many times, this can lead to development of useful inventions and products. But, not content for readers to rely on their own ideas and products, Walshe is also happy to share information on the many ways that he has learned to find hot selling items.
He firmly believes that good ideas will become more and more the foundation of our economy as we move into the future. For would be entrepreneurs he poses questions such as: “Why shouldn’t you create your own livelihood by using the knowledge gained throughout your life?” – “Why shouldn’t you incorporate your ideas into your career?” – “Why not use a good idea to start your own business?” He believes that we may be looking at a trend, in this modern world, that is bigger than all of us. As people use ideas to start businesses they will grow and employ others. In turn new businesses will use other services and help create more jobs. Walshe maintains that if enough people encourage those with ideas that we can see the economy growing from the bottom up and “snowballing” from there - and he urges all to develop their ideas and act on them.