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Success starts with the simplest idea

2017-01-11 04:16:52

If you want to create a successful business, there's not much you need to get started. You just need an idea. Yes, on the way you'll usually need money and other resources and, and...and as well, but to start, all you need is an idea, great idea. Idea that you think will work, idea you love, idea you feel passionate about. If you don't feel passionate about it, you'll get tired of it soon after started working with it and you'll actually never discover if the idea actually had any real potential or not. Simply because you didn't get far enough with it.

There's more than one way to go after you have had your one idea that you'd like to realize. Very often the next step depends on the kind of idea you had. One possibility that I'd like to talk about here, is an invention. If you came up with something that could be called an invention of some sort and you need help turning the idea into reality, finally into a real prototype and so on, you might be interested in learning about Inventionland - the world's largest invention factory. Take a look at this video, where George Davison, creator of Inventionland, explains you how creative people can come up with simple ideas that totally change with our everyday lives.



More than 150 new product prototypes are created at Inventiondland every month with the help of their professuonal designers. They have their own inventing method which includes pre-development, devlopment, licencing and royalty arrangements. They have helped inventors for 20 years.

Of course, the fact is that Inventionland offers its services to clients for a fee and by the end of the day, fewer than 1% of inventions actually become marketed products, but independent of that, inventing is fun. And if you can get someone to help you turn your idea into a real product, it's often worth a shot.




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