Monthly Archives: June 2016

Inventing Success: Two Paths

Many things about inventing seem to be Gordian knots. So, let’s keep it a bit simpler in this blog post: there are two paths to success as an inventor: Build a business around your product License your product and collect a … Continue reading

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Inventors Hold the Keys to Success

Inventors work full time at their “day jobs” and nights and weekends spending time, energy, and capital hoping their inventions will someday “hit it big.” Yet less than 3% of patent holders ever profit from their inventions. Inventors hold the keys to success in … Continue reading

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Inventors’ Friends and Enemies

One key to success as an inventor is to discover early on who are your friends and who are your enemies. Your friends will help you to succeed, your enemies will help you to fail. Inventors have 2 friends and … Continue reading

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3 Keys to Licensing Your Invention

There are many aspects to licensing your invention rather than building a business around your product. Prolific inventor Stephen Key has written many good articles on the benefits of licensing. Let’s instead focus more narrowly on 3 keys to licensing your … Continue reading

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