Category Archives: Shark Tank

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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The American Dream: Myth and Reality, Part II

In the prior post, The American Dream: Myth and Reality, I discussed two premises regarding the American dream: Premise 1: It should be Easy to Earn a Lucrative Living Premise 2: Those willing to Take Risk and Work very Hard May Achieve … Continue reading

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How to Succeed in the New Invention Landscape

I have written a variety of posts regarding changes in the corporate landscape and the impact upon average worker’s wages including: Adjust Your Sails Changing Landscape of Career Success Whereas technology has disrupted the corporate landscape to the detriment of many middle class … Continue reading

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