You Know You’ve Hit It When You Get a WOW!

You Know You’ve Hit It When You Get a WOW!


23 Comments

  1. Peter926545 says:

    Good stuff

  2. Guillermo Lopez says:

    I am a product developer from Mexico with almost 100 New Invention's that I really want to license them, but I do not know if I can from here, from my country? I really hope that some one can explain me that, I really have excellent Inventions and I really want to take them to the market, Thanks.

  3. Pavel Souzdalnitski says:

    Dear Andrew and Stephen,

    I have a question regarding increasing costs for manufacturing because of the coronavirus.

    I believe that I am not the only one who has this issue.

    Because of the virus, “the doors for manufacturing in China are closed”.

    It means that the products will be manufactured locally.

    Which significantly increases the costs of manufacturing.

    Before applying to your mentorship, I want to develop my ideas into products,

    but now I am not sure that they will be profitable for companies,

    it means that I will not be able to license them.

    My question is, how do you solve this issue for your own products?

    How do you solve this issue for your current students?

    It would be great if you could make video on this subject.

    Thank you in advance,

    Pavel.

  4. Eddie Turner says:

    What a smile lisa that's awesome

  5. Vic James says:

    Lisa is spot on

  6. Teresa Clark says:

    This an awesome interview! Thank you to Lisa and Stephen!

  7. Ben Greenwood says:

    Spot On & helpful; another great interview 👍

  8. Andrew Hodgson says:

    This is next level advice thank you so much!

  9. Suzanna Kiraly says:

    Great info and she is well spoken.

  10. Tim Young says:

    Great video. Can you post the contact information that you spoke of please

  11. Rod Goodrich says:

    Outstanding interview!

  12. Zavia Hope Thomas - Wounded Soul Refuge says:

    I really enjoyed this interview! The WOW factor is important.

  13. Jeff Latham says:

    Wonderful interview Lisa. I took plenty of notes as I move forward with my own invention. And thanks to inventRight Smart Pitch I have been introduced to the right people, forming relationships. Positive reviews and nervously excited about next steps. Thanks and Love for what you do Stephen!

  14. Luke Kowald says:

    Thank you for the interview. It was a privilege to listen to you Stephen and Lisa!

  15. Raymond Davis says:

    Outstanding content! Watching from Perth Western Australia

  16. Gilberto Silva says:

    Wow…

    When two masters meet, knowledge flows naturally and we gain from it …

    Thank you Stephen and Lisa …

  17. Charles White64 says:

    Thank You' Steven and Lisa! For The Best Intentionally Progressive Awareness 'Gems' of The Real 'Invent World' Experience' For The Newbie and Veteran!👍🇺🇸

  18. JazzOcasterCovers says:

    People market a lot of useless crap, mostly because people buy a lot of useless crap ~
    Refreshing to hear someone talk about the "wow" factor in referrence to a problem solving product 😉

  19. Carey Hall says:

    Sounds like Lisa should write a book as well. Very knowledgeable about the industry.

  20. Michelle Morrison says:

    Thank you, Lisa and Stephen! This was a great video with so many great points. Looking forward to your next interview, Lisa!

  21. Nmoore says:

    Thank Stephen and Lisa! Very helpful information! Sometimes it can be hard to find mentors. I thought about an experience I had with a woman who invented something in my home town. She was on a local news station and mentioned the company, also located here in Rochester, who made her product which turned out was a company I could use to make my product. I reached out to her on her website and she gave me her phone number, said she'd be happy to answer any questions I might have and to call her any time between 7pm and 9pm. I had only told her that I an idea for a product (nothing at all similar to hers) and just had a few questions to hopefully steer me in the right direction. I called and got her voice mail…left a message and waited 3 days with no return call. I tried once more and again, got her voice mail. I guess she wasn't interested in helping me after all and the worst part of it is she's a middle school TEACHER!! It was very disheartening to say the least. I work in the business office at a school and one of our teachers actually made my prototype for me. I didn't want to be a nuisance, so I never reached out to her again.

  22. Marcelo Nascimento says:

    Well done Lisa, I'm also have hungry to solve problems from others. The weard is that I do forget my onw issue!
    some of the problem stick in my head until the solution appear. 90% of my "invention" is a WOW! As you (Lisa), I love to think in solutions when I see the problem. I do receive that as a gift from God.
    Thank you Stephen, nice interview!

  23. Thomas Karol says:

    If you are looking for “the answer “, this is it.

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