What To Do with Your Great Idea..

Allow Lorie Greiner to walk you through all the steps from the moment of your idea’s inception, to it being loaded on the truck  ready to be delivered to your customers.

Invent It, Sell It, Bank It!  By Lori Greiner

Invent It, Sell It, Bank It!: Make Your Million-Dollar Idea into a Reality is an entrepreneur’s roadmap to drive their product to Success Blvd.

Lori has created more than 400 products and holds 120 U.S. and international patents. She stars as the “warm-blooded shark” on ABC’s hit show Shark Tank and is a well-known celebrity personality on QVC-TV, where she has hosted her own show, Clever & Unique Creations by Lori Greiner, for more than fifteen years. Greiner’s collection of cleverly designed products range from kitchen gadgets to travel bags to some of the most popular and unique organizers for all around the home. They are regularly featured in top magazines such as Town & Country, O: The Oprah Magazine, InStyle, Woman’s Day, and Family Circle. She has also been profiled in Financial Times, Success, and Entrepreneur. Her Silver Safekeeper® Jewelry boxes were chosen as one of Oprah’s Favorite Things.   READ MORE…

Each chapter  of  Invent It, Sell It, Bank It!: Make Your Million-Dollar Idea into a Reality  is chock full of pertinent information that is communicated very clearly through all of Lori’s business experience.  She is extremely transparent with her readers about all that has transpired from the very beginnings of her entrepreneurial career.

Lori describes “The Six Essential Characteristics of Successful Inventors, The Anatomy of a Perfect Pitch, discusses questions almost every buyer will ask and shares situations that arose while manufacturing some of her products just to name a few very helpful pieces of content in her book.

Some of my favorite takeaways and quotes from Lori:

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“ Confidence is also what will give you the strength you need to ignore skeptics.  There will be many.”

“ Life goes just a little more smoothly when things are put away where they belong, and that means having a place to put them.”

“ One of the hardest things about being an entrepreneur is that there is no one around to tell you what to do, and no one to make sure you do it.”

“ You’ve got to be the kind of person who doesn’t need direction and enjoys figuring things out for yourself.”

“ You will have a better chance at success when you approach challenges from a positive angle.”

“ Your worst enemy is self-doubt.  Never underestimate or overvalue yourself.”

“ An entrepreneur who has been to hell and back can only be wiser and stronger than her competitors.”

“ If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.”

“ You need to pay attention to all the individuals behind the scenes who make your business possible.”

“ It doesn’t matter who you are or what you have; what matters is what kind of person you are.”

“ I believe we are all on earth for a purpose.”

“ You can make anything happen if you put your mind to it.”

“ You can achieve your dream of turning your brilliant idea into reality if you’re willing to do whatever it take, literally.”

“ Reach for the stars; you might just catch one.”

“ There are no NOs, just HOW CAN I?”

“Entrepreneurialism is supposed to be fun!”

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Invent It, Sell It, Bank It!: Make Your Million-Dollar Idea into a Reality  is a MUST READ  for every entrepreneur!

“I’ll show you how to take your idea from concept to prototype, market research to manufacturing, patents and trademarks, retail & TV sales, funding & more! I also share my story & anecdotes along the way. I’ve written this honest, straightforward book to help you turn your million dollar idea into a reality!”  ~ Lori Greiner  Read more

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