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Inventors Helping Inventors

Jul 31, 2023

Alan interviews Nick Opie.

Professor Nick Opie was interested in devices to help paralysis patients.

He invented Stentrode, a revolutionary brain-machine interface that allows paralysis patients to use their thoughts to send texts and emails.

Unlike competitor devices, Stentrode requires no invasive, risky open brain...

Jul 27, 2023

Alan provides a new Thursday Thought episode.

Your marketing message for your invention is very important - more important than the platform you sell it through.

Focus upon creating a clear, benefits laden, concise and interesting marketing message for your product.

Then it will sell well on any platform you choose.


Jul 24, 2023

Alan interviews Kevin Moran.

Kevin Moran disliked costly mistakes from oil change at auto shops and he hated the mess of changing his own oil.

So, he invented an innovative way to change his oil without the mess - the Oil Udder.

Today, he assembles his product, the Oil Udder himself and sells it everywhere to happy...

Jul 20, 2023

Alan provides a new Thursday Thought episode.

Do you have a catchy hook line for your invention? Product hook lines are clever, concise, and best of all, memorable.

Alan shares examples of famous hook lines and tips for creating one for your invention.

Listen in to learn the key elements of a successful hook line.


Jul 17, 2023

Alan interviews Nancy Tedeschi.

On a trip to Nicaragua, Nancy Tedeschi's mom broke her eyeglasses. She grabbed an earring and clipped it back together.

From this, Nancy came up with the idea for SnapIt Screw - a simple way to rejoin broken eyeglass frames.

Today, SnapIt Screws are sold all over the world.

Make sure to...