Monday, April 6, 2009

Your Chances are between Slim and None

Most inventions never make a penny. Which means, your invention's chance of success is between Slim and None. Not to say you should quit! I'm suggesting quite the opposite. Great innovation involves an awesome idea, time, luck and persistence. Unfortunately, most people just want to count the money. But an INVENTaholic, like you, knows that money comes much later in the process.

Because most inventions fail, you must fight failure by creating many inventions. As many as you can. See which innovations people gravitate to. Which are duds and which need work. The more the merrier. Keep making ones that fail until you find the ones that succeed.

Because chances being between Slim and None is far better than no chance at all.

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