Monthly Archives: May 2016

Why You Should be an Inventor

I and many others have written about how risky it is to be an inventor. If you are reading this you either are already an inventor or want to be an inventor. Let’s talk about reasons why you should be … Continue reading

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Accelerate Your Inventing Success

Very few inventors achieve commercial success with their products. Successful inventors typically toil tirelessly for many years before they succeed. Would you like to accelerate your inventing success? Consider a simple 3 F formula: Focus Faith Follow Through Full disclosure: it took … Continue reading

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Grit for Inventors

Inventors always are searching for new product ideas; and always seek the elusive secret to inventing success. Spoiler alert: there is not a secret to inventing success. Success comes from practicing a combination of many behaviors consistently over time. I separate … Continue reading

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