Invent Yourself Rich (Paperback)
16 Secrets for Creating Million-Dollar Inventions
It seems like everyone has a million-dollar idea - think of the coffee cup sleeve, patriotic car magnets, even Beanie Babies®. These seemingly mundane ideas have generated millions of dollars for their inventors. But how do you go from an idea to a money-making product? What's the best way to protect your idea? What is the first step toward turning your idea into a reality? What is the role of a patent and how should you use the patent process to your best advantage? All of these questions are explained in clear language by Don Brown, one of America's most successful inventors.
In Invent Yourself Rich: 16 Secrets for Creating Million-Dollar Inventions, Don Brown takes you through all the steps in the invention process, using his own experience as well as examples from other successful inventors. The book also contains a chapter on how to identify and avoid scams, frauds, and other issues that plague the invention world. Most first-time inventors do not realize that the best way to safeguard an invention before obtaining a patent is to record their idea in a log book of official specifications. Invent Yourself Rich not only contains Don Brown's advice and counsel, but in addition, the second half of the book serves as an official inventor's log as required by law, making this book the only complete package for idea people.
The world needs inventors to help solve important problems as well as to make life more comfortable and enjoyable. In Invent Yourself Rich, Don Brown provides the ideas, insights, and inspiration you need to turn your bright ideas into meaningful - and profitable - inventions.