Monthly Archives: November 2016

5 Behaviors of Successful Inventors

What is the difference between an attitude and a behavior? Over many years, I have observed that successful inventors exude different behaviors from wannabe inventors. Successful inventors: Embrace risk in a healthy, balanced way Accept criticism with an open mind Turn … Continue reading

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You Want to be an Inventor? Why?

I spend a good deal of time reading, researching, and pondering the topic of why people do what they do. More specifically, what motivations, decisions, and fears drive them to choose one career path over another? There are hundreds of books … Continue reading

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Looking for a ‘Few Good Men & Women’

William Jones, captain of Marines in the Providence (the 28-gun frigate, not the 12-gun sloop) then at Boston,  advertised in the 20 March 1779 Providence (R.I.) Gazette the need for “a  few good Men” to engage in “a short Cruize” … Continue reading

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