Monthly Archives: March 2014

Successful Inventing from A to Z: C – Cull Your Ideas

Below is the redacted list of ideas after we struck one of the five ideas from the prior post – B – Benefits Analysis of Your Ideas. Below is the remaining list: 1. Special car cover that protects cars from … Continue reading

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Successful Inventing from A to Z: B – Benefits Analysis of Your Ideas

For most inventors, coming up with ideas is easy. Critiquing them, then culling out most to find a few gold nuggets is more difficult. Let’s do a quick benefits analysis of our list of ideas from the previous blog post: … Continue reading

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Successful Inventing from A to Z: A – Acquire Ideas

Every invention begins with a simple idea – a twist or reformulation of an existing product. What are some good ways to acquire or find ideas for new inventions? Here are three approaches I use to get the creative juices … Continue reading

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Successful Inventing from A to Z: Introduction

Welcome to my blog for successful inventing! As a successful inventor, my goal is to help inventors, especially new inventors to navigate the rocky road of invention. I invented and have successfully commercialized Savvy Caddy thin leather wallets, my first … Continue reading

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