Category Archives: Visualize your success

3 Keys to Inventing Success

Imagine a travel company that advertises a two-day scenic 500 mile train ride through the Great Smokey Mountains for $300. When you ask for schedules, towns connected, details of the train, you receive the following answers: We don’t actually have … Continue reading

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Consumer Electronics Show 2016 – Key Trends

I just got back from attending the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Wow! The CES is the largest trade show in Las Vegas, featuring over 3,600 exhibitors and drawing over 150,000 attendees.¬†From January 6 – 9 innovative … Continue reading

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2016: Thoughts on Inventing in the New Year

It is a new year, a great time for reflection and to consider your goals and objectives for 2016. This could be a great time to get to work on your product idea: the one that has been bouncing around … Continue reading

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Begin with the End in Mind

Rule #2 from 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Begin with the end in mind. This advice is particularly relevant for inventors. ¬†Being laser focused upon what you want to achieve will guide you to success more quickly. I wish … Continue reading

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