Beginning this week, the Big Idea is moving into unprecedented territory: A four-part series - the Road to CES – which will chronicle four budding entrepreneurs as they get expert advice on how to elevate their businesses to even greater heights. They have Big Ideas, that’s for sure…
When you're out to dinner tonight, it's likely the conversation will surround two things: Ann Coulter's controversial remarks on Christians and Jews and second, Former Vice President Al Gore winning the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for his global warming awareness efforts. Tonight on "The Big Idea," Donny sits down with both of these individuals and finds out what makes them tick and what drives their passion.
Thursday night on "The Big Idea"... You may have a million dollar idea just waiting to be discovered! Donny's guests simply looked into their family's past and unearthed a fortune. From old family recipes to plots of land thought to be worthless, our guests tonight have all made millions just by doing a little digging.
Fed up with the rat race? Feeling like your day job is going to be the end of you? Wednesday night on "The Big Idea," get inspired to say those famous words, "I'm Outta Here!" Scott Jordan was an attorney who quit his job and took his big idea to a whole new level. Plus, your jaw will drop open when you see how Jonah White is making his millions. It's guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Tune in tonight and get inspired.
Kathy Ireland… maybe you recognize her? It was hard to miss her between 1984 and 1994, a 10 year streak during which she appeared in every issue of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition. Not to mention her appearances on countless magazine covers, including Glamour, Cosmopolitan and Harper's Bazaar. She was traveling the world by the age of 17, modeling in exotic locations and quickly reached "supermodel" fame.
Amilya is one of our all-time favorite guests here on "The Big Idea." Her story starts when her son would, like clockwork, get extremely sick every Tuesday. When her son David turned one year old, she realized what was causing her weekly emergency room visits: chemicals she used to clean the house.
How do you express yourself? For Betsey Johnson, self-expression is most readily found in her wild and over-the-top fashion styles that have made her so famous. But she doesn’t stop there. She’s become known not only for her style, but also for her enthusiasm for her product. At age young age of 65, she’s got more energy than a 25-year-old as she does cartwheels during her runway shows.