Toronto, Ontario — October 4, 2016 — Jay Perry’s book, Success Manifesto, has made it into the Amazon.com best-seller lists. In fact, the book make it onto the lists in four different categories on the first day of its release.
Readers of Collision Repair magazine likely know Perry best as the author of his regular column, Who’s Driving?, and as the founder of Ally Business Coaching. He co-authored Success Manifesto with a number of well-known business authors, including Nick Nanton, JW Dicks and Brian Tracy.
Perry’s columns in Collision Repair magazine typically focus on leadership and how to inspire employees to give their very best. It’s fitting that his chapter in the new book is titled “Leadership Fundamentals.”
He started in the automotive field working at his family’s automotive repair facility. Perry says this early exposure helped him figure out the nuances and challenges of small-to-medium sized enterprises (SMEs). It paid off. Before he was 30, Perry was running a multi-million dollar business in Toronto.
Perry returned to school and graduated with a degree in psychology. In 1990, he founded a consultancy to help other entrepreneurs find successful strategies and systems.