Perry is a trusted advisor, coach, and strategist with the experience and vision to help write your next chapter and identify your best opportunities for success.
“When you reach the top of your field it’s hard to find people who will challenge you and keep you sharp without their own agenda. Perry is the one person you can count on to understand your world, remain objective, and call you out when needed.”
– Ravi Rajcoomar, People For Bikes
“Talking to Perry is like seeing into my future.”
– Luca Alvarez Molteni, 3X Michelin Star Chef
"Perry gave me a crazy amount of clarity into my path and purpose.
It was definitely game-changing."
– Lara Hana Brady, Motivational Speaker
Perry founded ten action sports, entertainment, and media companies, non-profits, and foundations. He now serves a select roster of elite leaders as an advisor, coach, and facilitator, speaks professionally, and moonlights as the recording artist Prince Perry.
Perry has guided CEOs, entrepreneurs, families, organizations, athletes, rock stars, international aid, and governments. It all stems from his unique ability to see and articulate their greater purpose and continued growth.
Perry will clarify your purpose, path, and greatest potential so that you can succeed more quickly than ever.
I built the largest snowboard brand in Canada, saved lives in Costa Rica, produced radio, film, and television, and wrote a book on creating a better life in business. I surf, fly off mountains, and jump up and down with my guitar in front of people.
I work closely with accomplished leaders, entrepreneurs, athletes, and artists to define their purpose, path, and greatest potential. Together we write their next chapter and create the impact and legacy they want to leave behind.
Early days: I started selling comic books at eight and opened my first skateboard shop at 15. I made friends with Tony Hawk and ended up behind the camera on the feature film Police Academy 4. At 19, I was manufacturing and selling skateboards internationally, and by the time I was 25, I had created the largest Canadian snowboard brand in the world.
My hot-shot years 25 – 35: I sold the snowboard company and lived like a millionaire. I got married, divorced, produced radio, film, and television, and set a freediving record for holding my breath for a really long time. I surfed epic waves in Fiji and Indonesia and traveled the globe as a World-Record judge.
Maturing 35 – 50: Recorded three albums, got famous in Mexico, toured Europe with my Ska Band, started an advertising agency so I could have beer on tap in the office, and wrote the book Creating a Better Life in Business. I moved to Costa Rica, became an advisor to Central American governments, got married again, and became a dad. I’m an optimist.