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"Million Dollar Genius" reveals the incredible true stories of ordinary people who started with an idea and, through hard work and perseverance, transformed their ideas into wildly successful products. Some of the stories covered include the creator of the Java Jacket, a simple cardboard coffee cup holder we all use today, the inventor of Rollerblades and the person who made millions from his idea for a collapsible garden hose. Along the way, we uncover the secrets of their successes, from the initial light-bulb moment right through the development and eventual marketing of each idea. Every story has its own unique twists and turns, as well as insights into the mind of each inventor, revealing how each overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles to become a success. Each hour contains multiple stories that are not only aspirational, inspirational, and identifiable; but they are also packed with plenty of drama and big money payoffs.
A failing real estate agent who invents a cardboard sleeve for hot coffee cups; a high school dropout who builds a better whistle; a guy who is losing his hair that comes up with the perfect head razor for men.
This episode features: Michael Berardi a producer, who makes infomercials for inventors selling their products. One day he finally comes up with his own invention, the Xhose, the world's first collapsible hose. And after making his own commercial his idea becomes a winner. Randy Hetrick was an elite Navy SEAL who needed to stay in top physical condition no matter where he was deployed. After many attempts he invents one of the bestselling physical fitness devices ever--the TRX Suspension Trainer. Gary Clegg was a college freshman when a cold night in his dorm at the University of Maine leads him to invent The Slanket--a blanket with sleeves. Years later after graduating Gary realizes the potential of his blanket with a sleeve and the rest is couch potato history.
This episode features three amazing stories: Ryan Grepper who invented the ultimate cooler, Dan Martinson who created the Gear Ties, and David Hon who designed a folding bicycle.
Dominique Ansel who made the Cronut; Seth Tibbott who created the Tofurkey; Rick Pescovitz who built a pop-up shelter; Mary Ellen Sheets who built the moving company, Two Men and Truck.
The man who invented the George Foreman Grill; Patrick Buckley creates an old-fashioned iPad case that looks just like a book and names it the DODOcase.
Bob Plath, a veteran airline pilot, invented the first carry-on bag with wheels; Travis Perry invented a simple device that would make it easy for anyone to learn how to play Guitar; Mike Miller invented a fork and knife combo called a Knork.
Josh Springer creates Bottom's Up, a dispenser that fills from the bottom; Bruce Johnson makes the adhesive strip called Breathe Right that helps people breathe easier.
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