8 Typical Questions Most Inventors Have

8 Typical Questions Most Inventors Have

Post Views: 431 Last week I took on a new inventRight student. As typically occurs during a first coaching session, this student and I got to know a bit about each other and he of course had many questions for me. We had a great conversation. He commented that the...
5 Reasons NOT To Submit To Big Companies Only

5 Reasons NOT To Submit To Big Companies Only

Post Views: 502 If you’ve been reading my series of articles for inventRight’s blog for any length of time, you have likely realized that I write about the struggles and triumphs my students are facing in real time. My goal has always been to provide a...
Reducing the risk of Inventing

Reducing the risk of Inventing

Post Views: 256 As a faithful follower of inventRight’s content, you should now understand what exactly licensing is. As a quick reminder, and in its most basic term, licensing is the renting of an idea. As stated in Stephen Key’s (inventRight’s...
Inventing for fads! Can you cash in on a fad?

Inventing for fads! Can you cash in on a fad?

Post Views: 276 Fidget Spinners, a gadget that uses a ball bearing to rapidly spin on the tips of ones’s fingers, took the world by storm in 2017. Marketed as everything from a toy, to a device that helped you focus and a reliever of anxiety and psychological...
Inventors, focus on inventing the next virus.

Inventors, focus on inventing the next virus.

Post Views: 204 The coronavirus has affected the world in a way in which most of us have never seen. Years ago, my father told me the story of how he was at high school football practice when it was announced over the PA speaker that President John F. Kennedy had been...