Co-Founder of inventRight; Author of One Simple Idea Series
Stephen Key is an inventor, author, speaker and co-founder of
InventRight, LLC., a Glenbrook, Nev.-based company that educates entrepreneurs in how to bring ideas to market.
To be successful in the business of your ideas, follow these observations from an industry veteran.
Instead, focus your efforts on protecting yourself with these seven strategies.
Having the right attitude can help you overcome your shortcomings, or at least help you get your foot in the door.
Creating the perfect partnership takes understanding, significant effort and above all a sincere desire to make it work.
The date provides a good excuse to put the past year into perspective and to explicitly declare what you want for the future.
Mind you, these aren't gifts you have to purchase -- so you have no excuses not to try to enjoy them.
Reflecting back on his life, serial inventor Stephen Key recalls the importance of having confidence. Trust yourself to make good decisions, he advises. Have the courage to make changes when things don't feel right.
Yes, mistakes will be made. But you do have some degree of control over how much they affect your business.
In today's world, you need to be current, mentally fit and actively involved in running your business.
How do you deal with time off when you're obsessed with work?
When you are considering working with a new person, watch out for these red flags.
These actions are easy to fall into, we've come up with seemingly reasonable excuses for them.
Starting a Business
There are four factors successful entrepreneurs have in common. The man behind a recent Kickstarter campaign for a new set of games provides a great example.
If you have a dream of a new product and fall into one of these three scenarios, Quirky might be a good platform for you.
The fastest way to learn any business is to study someone who has been successful at it.
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