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How to develop a good idea ...

By John Zorrilla (inventor)

Idea is something that comes to mind by surprise, and many do not remain, so when you have in your mind a good idea, write it and specifies everything that has to do with it, then read everything you wrote, at least 10 to 20 times and try to improve it, without deleting the original, seeks to improve it, and please don't ever give up on a good idea. Quitters never win, and winners never quit.

When you have a good idea,
You have a great opportunity.
Go for it!

 

The road to success is never smooth, inventive, and the history of invention protection monumental failures.
For every successful invention that is patented and finally ends up as a viable product that someone would actually buy or use, there are numerous failures.
Sometimes inventors face disaster due to the financial expenditure of the last penny for the services of a lawyer specializing in patents, only to discover that no one is interested in buying their ideas.
Hopefully, the following tips will help you on your way to a successful invention.
Perhaps you have been in a situation where convinced, apparently in one and some would say, ", I tell you, you can not go wrong.
It's a brilliant idea and it's just what the world has been waiting for.
"; respect of those ideas that are conceived in the pub or on the barbecue or a table, while a good time with friends and family.
In such a relaxed atmosphere the potential for dreaming up fantastic ideas is high, which is a good thing, but beware of being carried away by the heat of the moment.
If you still think you have a good idea for the next day and you are determined to follow through and start making notes and sketches as soon as possible, while your idea is fresh in memory, and remember, a Date Add Note.
Then, over the next few days, read through your notes and ask yourself, is it really a good idea; would people really buy this; do people in fact need it? Install a mindmapping program on your computer and start documenting your ideas in a loosely structured way, laying the foundation for further research.
At this point, doubts enter your mind.
When this happens, take a break.
Set an alarm on your mobile phone to write your idea of two or three days later, trying to forget it while you do other things.
When you confront your idea again a day or two later, are you still as enthusiastic about it as before? If so, the time has come for some serious, hard work; if not, then it is probably better to shelve the idea.
It makes no sense to continue with something if your heart is not in it.


Should you make your idea public? This is a 'catch-22' technical point worth considering.
On the one hand, if you send your idea, then someone of the first to steal the opportunity to patent it, d the other hand, if you do not want to disclose information about your invention, then you risk losing opportunity, the first patent is.
It is important to know which rule is followed in your country, "first-to-file" or "first-to-invent", and what these rules entail.
Suppose you have a point where you are willing to reach to file a patent.
Before doing so, it is necessary to do a novelty search to determine whether your idea is really unique.
In other words, the existing state of technology for your idea?.
A seasoned inventor may prefer to do his or her own novelty search, but for the novice, this is the time to visit a patent attorney.
Which way you do, this is a crucial step.
But there is another important step that you may want to consider before filing a patent application, and that is to evaluate and prove your concept.
The advantage of this before submitting the application that you save a lot of money.
If you decide to go ahead and file your patent application without proving your concept, it is nevertheless a good idea to do so before you start looking for a manufacturer for your patented invention.
C is one way to approach without draining your resources, evaluate known as ", " modeling and simulation ;.
This entails developing a realistic computer model of your concept and running several simulations in order to test your idea.
Some of the advantages of this approach are: It is build is a need for expensive physical prototypes.

The ability to evaluate the concept under a wide range of 'what if' scenarios, much more rapidly and far cheaper than would be the case with real-life testing.
Simulations of your invention is likely to weaknesses or strengths not previously considered Highlight.

The results of simulations facilitate the drafting of realistic specifications.
should provide the opportunity to proof of concept and specifications for your invention to improve the opportunities to Medium or from a manufacturer.
If the idea of modelling and simulation is foreign to you, then you may want to consider employing the services of a modelling and simulation consultant.
fall significantly Including this step in the process would be the uncertainties that you can or someone else on your invention,.

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We are experienced in the areas of import, export as well as international and national purchasing and sales.

 

Our first idea.

In 1984 an idea was born and became an invention, and later became a product which we started to market through home shows throughout the United States. We then moved on to shows with wholesale sales and with each show we sold more and more – of course presentation is very important. We were able to get our product in the best supermarkets and from there it went on to be sold all over the world making us very proud of our accomplishment.

 

Lawsuits.

We also have experience with lawsuits since our ideas have been copied and we have seven years experience in lawsuits. We have won 10 lawsuits, even against powerful companies.

 

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