History is full of great inventions, ideas that have changed the direction of the world for the better.
If you’ll take a look back in time at some of the most helpful inventions the world has seen, you’ll see what I mean …
- The wheel (from the cradle of civilization)
- The printing press (Johannes Gutenberg)
- Steam engine (Thomas Savery)
- Radio (David Edward Hughes)
- Television (Philo Farnsworth)
- Electronic Computer (Alan Turing)
- Automobiles (Karl Benz)
- Aircraft (The Wright Brothers)
- The Internet (Vinton Cerf & Bob Kahn)
Each of these grand inventions started in the mind of one or more persons. But they’ve each made an incredible impact on the quality of life of nearly every human being on the planet. In the case of the Internet, it remains to be seen just how much of an impact it will really have over time. What will it be 100 years from now?
Inventors – We Salute You!
Inventors are incredible people. The toil and trouble they endure to chase rabbit trails and endless bad ideas just to find that one good idea that will improve the lives of everyone from that time on is – to say the least – heartrending. But they do it anyway. And for what?
I can tell you, most inventors don’t do it for the money. They don’t do it for the glory. They do it because they love to tinker. They love the mental challenge. But for many inventors there is a reward at the end of the proverbial rainbow: A HUGE pot of gold.
Turn Your Idea Into Gold
I talk to people all the time who have good ideas, but most people don’t act on them. Imagine the life they could live if they did!
On the flip side, I’ve talked to people who have spent thousands of dollars making prototypes and mock-ups of their inventions only to lose their shirts.
I will show you how you can take your great idea and get other people to pay for the patent and pay you royalties for the rest of your life. And it’s all based on my personal experience. I’ve done it!
If this intrigues you, check out my book How To Make Millions With Your New Idea.
Or get my free report – The Five Biggest Mistakes People Make When They Get A New Idea.