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How to Become a Great Inventor

How to Become a Great Inventor
This Sunday I will turn 63 years old, and I've never felt better. On that day, I will fly to New York City to join other inventors for a panel at the City College of New York in partnership with the AAAS-Lemelson Invention Ambassador program that takes place on Monday. We've been invited to share our thoughts about how to make higher education...
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Christine Champenois
Wishing you a Happy Birthday Steven and a Happy Fathers Day!! (Double Whammy) nice! Thank you for creating a community, a plan, a... Read More
Sunday, 16 June 2019 16:16
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Let’s Be Honest

Let’s Be Honest
As a veteran coach of inventRight, I have the privilege of being introduced to many new products on a weekly basis. The amount of creative talent out there is astonishing. All inventors, or product developers as we teach our students to reference themselves as, have the creative bug. Heck, if you are reading this article, you likely have more ideas...
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Garth Patchen
Ah Yes! The wisdom of a veteran inventRight coach cuts through the sugar plum dreams of product developer hopefuls. You and I ar... Read More
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Wayne Augsburger
Excellent article Ryan. So true on so many levels while yet so few will take this rare excellent advice and learn from it. Even g... Read More
Friday, 27 July 2018 06:52
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How to invent right!

How to invent right!
Why do most inventors struggle to commercialize their inventions? Why are 97% of all patents worth less than what it cost to obtain them? In my opinion inventors have been going about this all wrong! The information they have is outdated. And, a lot of inventors get their advice from folks who don't have the experience to offer sound opinions - and...
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Should you show your Provisional Patent Application (PPA) to a potential licensee?

Should you show your Provisional Patent Application (PPA) to a potential licensee?
At inventRight we get asked this question all the time.  As I travel around the country and speak to inventors, it's a familiar dilemma.  You've submitted your product to a company and they have asked to see a your PPA.  Should you show it to them? The simple answer is yes if they ask. But the real question (and advice I'd like to of...
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