Taking Your Ideas To Market (2)

Taking Your Ideas To Market (2) - TRANSFERRING YOUR IDEAS...

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by John M. Knab [email protected] TRANSFERRING YOUR IDEAS TO THE MARKET TODAY TODAY
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Buried here are all the ideas never invented. .. all the great products never made. .. all the best sellers never written. .. masterpieces never painted. .. innovations never completed. .. dreams never fulfilled. -- Unknown
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THE VERY FEW Everyone has ideas, but very few will ever act upon them 1:100,000 will be an active player in taking their ideas to market Be one of the few to take action
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“Everything that can be invented, has been invented.” U.S. Patent Office Director, 1899
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RUSSELL M. NELSON “The Lord is inspiring the minds of great people to create inventions that further the work of the Lord in ways the world has never known” Ensign , Apr.1988, 73
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What ideas have you had?
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How many ideas have come to you and have long since been forgotten? Have you ever had an idea and then saw it in the market years later?
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