Thursday, July 3, 2014

Invent It, Sell It, Bank It!: Make Your Million-Dollar Idea into a Reality

If you like Lori on Shark Tank, you're going to like this book. The style and structure sounds like she's talking directly to you. In this sense, she's also giving you her personal perspective versus a comprehensive independent view. You won't find too many research statistics or in-depth pro's and con's of each method or action she suggests. Instead you'll find her perspective on what has worked for her, what she finds important and what has lead to success in her life.

She relates this through her personal journey with her first product. That's not to say she only writes about that one experience, but where it fits, she refers back to it. This is helpful for the first-time or novice inventor because she's stepping back into the shoes you're in right now. She also adds in personal perspective from her later product ventures, experience on Shark Tank and many of the contestant she's seen.

Each chapter focuses on a specific topic and I thought she covered them pretty well. Again, each of these is a synopsis of her opinion of each of the options, what the watch outs are for each of those tasks, and then she provides a nice and concise checklist at the end.

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