Articles Written by Paula Wilson
Paula Wilson is a writer, director, production manager, and former professional dancer, originally from North America, who has worked as a performer or director in ten countries and sixteen states. When not writing for CNW, she serves as the Artistic Director of The International Partner Dance Intensive (www.tipdi.com). Follow her on Google+.
Have You Heard Of "Grumpy Cat"? You Wont Believe How Much Money This Feline Internet Celeb Has Generated
Grumpy Cat generated an insane amount of money last year. She is one of the most successful internet and animal celebrities ever… and now she is poised for next level media domination.
If You Want To Make A Ton Of Money, Write A Beloved Children's Book. This Is The Story Of One Very Lucrative Caterpillar…
Eric Carle took a love of a nature and an understanding of childhood fear, and turned it into an enormously lucrative children's book phenomenon.
Aerosmith Has Made The Majority Of Its Money From Something Totally Unexpected. More Than Music Sales, Merchandise, Touring…
It's easy to assume that the band Aerosmith earned the majority of the money from album sales. In reality, their massive fortunes actually come from something totally unexpected and awesome…
Shania Twain grew up in nearly desperate poverty. She started singing in bars to supported her family when she was just eight years old. Today she is the best-selling female artist of all time with $400 million in the bank.
Step 1: Turn Ketchup Bottle Upside Down. Step 2: File For A Patent. Step 3: Make Millions And Retire To Florida.
You may not recognize his name, but I guarantee you've used Paul Brown's invention at some point very recently. This simple invention earned him millions and changed the liquid storage industry forever.
This random rock star, whose name you probably wouldn't recognize, has secretly masterminded dozens of the most popular songs of the last decade…
What would you do if you owed millions of dollars to the IRS? Will Smith chose to star in a little sitcom called The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Actually he was forced to do it. By the IRS.
It's hard to believe, but Berry Gordy is a high school drop-out who wanted to be a boxing star. He ended up changing American music forever and earning hundreds of millions of dollars along the way.