When to sell an invention
Posted March 25, 2019 05:08:14It’s an interesting question.
I know it’s an old one.
I’ve heard it over and over again.
What you should consider is what you can do with an invention and the chances of it being a success.
There’s no need to panic.
If you have a concept, you should try to get as many people as possible to get their hands on it.
But if it’s a very niche product, you’ll want to see what people think of it.
And don’t be surprised if you’ve been on the receiving end of negative comments.
A lot of inventors come from the tech world, and they think they’re unique.
But the problem is they’re really not.
A few years ago, a couple of companies were launching innovative products.
They sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars and were making a lot of money.
I don’t think they’d have made it if they hadn’t been able to attract people with the idea.
The problem with these businesses is they tend to be a little bit old and in their late 20s or 30s, and there’s no way for them to sell to younger generations.
You have to keep in mind that the products aren’t that different from what’s out there.
So if they don’t sell, there’s nothing left.
The key is to keep the product interesting, innovative and new.
But make sure you’re looking at the business model first.