Inventor, Think Outside the Box
During Moments of Crisis, New Ideas are Born!
Despite an uncertain and unstable world situation and economy, opportunity and innovation for new products and inventions are often inspired during times of turmoil.
This could be driven by necessity due to loss of employment, financial hardships, hazardous health conditions and family survival. This could also be triggered by not being confined to the typical routine, which can release spectacular creativity and innovation.
It’s times when problems occur that solutions can arise as telecommuting and working remotely unleashes more mental freedom, hence why this is one of the best times for you to be inventing.
Isaac Newton’s epiphany amidst the Bubonic plague pandemic led to the law of gravity while Dr. James Naismith created the basketball during the 1894 recession. More recently, the iPod was released less than two months after the September 11th terror attacks.
Even during times of isolation, uncovering dreams and novel ideas can impact the world that is depending on your creativity and optimism to progress our globally interconnected lives.
How did it all start? Coca-Cola is a household company brand with humbling beginnings. For over 100 years, the cool beverage has had much business
Sara Blakely’s Irritation of Rolled-up Pantyhose Led Her to Become One of the Youngest Female Billionaires
Sara Blakely is an entrepreneur and founder of Spanx. Like other women, Sara struggled with finding the right shapewear. After several tries with traditional shapewear,
Competitors can be dangerous to your invention. They create a knock-off version of your product and offer your consumers duplicates at a significantly lower price.
Is a patent, trademark, or copyright the best form of protection for your intellectual property? To get to this answer, we need to understand what
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