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Inventors Helping Inventors

Nov 28, 2022

Alan reflects upon what he learned from interviewing over 100 inventors. Listen to learn why the 'window has closed' for new COVID-related inventions.

Learn why companies are keen to see new inventions from independent inventors. There has never been a better time to be an inventor.

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Nov 24, 2022

Alan provides a new Thursday Thought episode.

Alan poses a simple question: When is a gamble worth taking as an inventor? You've heard the stories of unwarranted gambles - and their inevitable consequences.

Learn when you should take a gamble to help your business to move forward.

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Nov 21, 2022

Alan interviews Jazmine Darden.

Jazmine Darden loved math, science and sports as a girl.

After graduating from Dunwoody College, she founded her own 3D printing company, then became an instructor, helping boys and girls to turn their ideas into inventions.

Today she hosts events for young inventors to pitch...

Nov 17, 2022

Alan provides a new Thursday Thought episode.

The key events of our lives are usually predictable. We go from elementary to middle school, then high school. Later we get a job based on our coursework and degree.

Inventing charts a challenging, unpredictable zig zag course. Tune in for tips so you can thrive as an...

Nov 14, 2022

Alan interviews Dan Klitsner.

Dan Klitsner - inventor of the hit toy sensation the Bop It - has a new toy: the Bop It Button.

Learn how the Bop It Button challenges your brain and your reflexes in a fun, entertaining way.

Learn why Dan feels that doing good should always be a byproduct of your invention.

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