Monthly Archives: September 2014

Inventors Checklist: Resilience

Today’s post is the last of the “checklist” items for inventors: Today’s topic: Resilience In previous checklist posts, I discussed the importance of due diligence and also passion, persistence, and patience to success. Resilience is the glue that holds everything … Continue reading

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Inventors Checklist: Passion, Persistence and Patience

The next several blog posts will be upon “checklist” items for inventors: Today’s topic: Inventors Checklist: Passion, Persistence and Patience Passion Much has been written about the importance of being passionate about your venture, your dream and, you hope, your … Continue reading

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Inventors Checklist: Your 30-Second Commercial

The next several blog posts will be upon “checklist” items for inventors: Today’s topic: Inventors Checklist: Your 30-Second Commercial Many inventors (though certainly not all) come from technical backgrounds – engineers, software developers and others. Technical people are great with … Continue reading

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Inventors Checklist: Get Real!

The next several blog posts will be upon “checklist” items for inventors: Today’s topic: Inventors Checklist: Get Real In the last post, Inventors Checklist: Due Diligence, I discussed the importance of doing solid due diligence in two arenas: Patent research … Continue reading

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Inventors Checklist: Due Diligence

The next several blog posts will be upon “checklist” items for inventors: Today’s topic: Inventors Checklist: Due Diligence Imagine you are on an airline flight, lined up at the end of the runway, about to takeoff. The pilot throttles up … Continue reading

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Another Perspective on Licensing: Risk versus Reward

In my last post, Inventors Success: Partnership and Trust, I mentioned that successful inventors must partner with others (and trust) them to be successful. Now I’ll touch on licensing again with a bit of a different perspective from previous blogs: … Continue reading

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