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Inventors Helping Inventors

Jun 17, 2024

Alan interviews Brad Little.

Brad Little grew up near Toronto, and got a systems design engineering degree from the University of Waterloo.

After working to help various companies with product design, he became a full-time inventor.

Today, he's developing an improved purse light - so women can easily find...


Jun 13, 2024

Alan provides a new Thursday Thought episode.

Inventing is full of ups and downs - including exciting news and disappointments.

Alan shares 4 key steps to help you respond after a disappointment - then to make a decision that will serve you.

What is most important is not the disappointment - but what you choose to do...


Jun 10, 2024

Alan interviews Rocky Batzel.

Rocky Batzel's grandmother struggled to open the push-and-twist caps on her pill bottles.

Rocky thought there ought to be a way to make child-resistant caps easier to open - so he invented SnapSlide.

Soon, his innovative SnapSlide pill bottle cap will soon be available to pharmacies...


Jun 6, 2024

Alan provides a new Thursday Thought episode.

Along your invention journey - you'll encounter both critics and negative Neds of your product.

Alan shares the key differences between critics and negative Neds. 

Also, which one you should listen to and which one to ignore.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast on Apple...


Jun 3, 2024

Alan interviews Marj Weir.

As a realtor, it perplexed Marj why beautiful homes - often featured glaring, ugly lights in the bathroom.

She longed for a better way. So, she invented EZLightWraps - to beautify and soften bathroom lighting.

Today, her EZLightWraps beautify American home lighting - one bathroom at a...