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Millions from the Mind

What You'll Learn







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Yes, all of that is covered in surprising depth with all fundamentals illustrated by real life examples. Of course the depth for, say, patenting won't enable you to write your own patent applications like a professional or any thing like that but it will give you the knowledge you need to make intelligent decisions when dealing with professionals. Please note--the book will give you the "knowledge," not the "intelligence," which you'll have to supply either by yourself or with cohorts that you build into a team. And the book tells you how to build that team too. In fact as you read the book it will be clearer and clearer that your success is very likely to be determined more, given some basic caveats, by the people on your team than by your invention or any piece of paper that "protects" it.

The following list of questions is just a small sample of the questions addressed in the book. For a nearly complete list of all the inventors mentioned see the Inventor Index page.

Why did Eli Whitney only get 1 patent?

Why was Eli Whitney's patent worthless?

How was Eli Whitney successful with his unpatented inventions?

Who really, according to the U.S. House of Representatives, invented the telephone?

Which part of the successfully commercialized telephone is Alexander Graham Bell's invention?

How well did Chester Carlson's original xerography patents protect his rights?

Why did it take 30 years for the foundation laser patent to issue?

What was Charles Goodyear's typical award on the few lawsuits he won?

Who really invented the intermittent windshield wiper?

Why was Robert Kearns able to win so much money in lawsuits over an idea that wasn't his?

What U.S. inventor has more patents than Thomas Alva Edison? And is still getting profitable patents?

Why did Jerome Lemelson often delay the issue of his patents for many years?

What did Jerome Lemelson have to do with the invention of the in-line skate?

How long ago was the in-line skate invented anyway?

Who popularized the in-line skate then lost the company now known as Rollerblade, Inc.

What one word in the claims of the patent of the inventor of MRI caused a judge to narrow their scope from "the invention" to just one "use"?

When did Levi Strauss arrive in San Francisco?

Who invented the riveted pockets that Levi Strauss is famous for via Levi's jeans?

What popular toy's trademark was far more important than it's belated patent?

Who invented the way to get the tacky glue of the 3M Post-It note to stay on the note?

Ermal Fraze invented the environmental disaster pull-tab can opening ring. How did he end up owning the patent for the stay-on-the-can opening ring and fold down flap?

Why is "licensing" the usual way inventors first think of getting money for their inventions?

Why are "start-up" companies by the inventor far more successful at getting products on the market than big company licensees?

For a successful inventor start-up what's a common time frame in which to be bought out?

Everybody has a great idea for a new product -- but how do you turn your idea into big money?"

How can I tell if my invention is probably a winner before sinking lots of money into it?

How can I protect my innovation without getting a patent?

Should I start a small company or license my product to a big company?

If I'm trying to license my innovation to a big company, how can I protect against "NIH" (Not Invented Here) and other rip-offs?

If my invention looks big, and I want to go "first class," where do I look for help?

What are three of the most successful inventions of recent times -- and did the inventors get rich?

In this era of big companies, why is the independent developer important in this country?


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