Bright Ideas

Sometimes it helps to be mad.  Most great ideas have been laughed at.  And, truth to tell, sometimes inventors become a little carried away at the possibilities – Jacob Schick, inventor of the electric razor, believed that by shaving correctly every day, a man could live to 120.  He was wrong, but he was right about the market possibilities of an electric razor.

The second truism associated with bright business ideas is that you make your own luck.  In 1979 a Hewlett-Packard engineer found that by heating metal in a specific way, it splattered all over . . .

Members Only Content

This content is available for logged in members of the Thinkers50 website. Learn about membership or register as a member and gain access to this content free of charge for a limited time. If you are already signed up, please check your email and verify your accunt.

Register or log in for access

Upcoming Events

Latest Books

Ideas@Work Membership

World-class content from world-class thinkers. Subscribe now for unlimited access to T50’s unique library of content.

BENEFITS INCLUDE ACCESS TO:

Podcasts
HEAR SAMPLE

Webinars
WATCH SAMPLE