Founder of Predictable Designs LLC
John Teel is president of
Predictable Designs a company which helps entrepreneurs bring new products to market. Teel was formerly a senior design engineer for Texas Instruments where he created electronic designs now used in millions of portable devices (including some from Apple). He is also a successful entrepreneur who developed his own product, had it manufactured in Asia, and sold in over 500 retail locations in three countries. Download his free cheat sheet for developing your new hardware product.
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Ready To Launch
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Quitting a Job
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To overcome these challenges, you need to be creative, adaptable and absolutely focused.
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