Do’s and Don’ts for an inventor

Inventing means a process of designing and/or creating something that has never been done before. Inventing is a difficult and time-consuming job to do. If someone got the skills to successfully create, patent, produce and market a product that people need can build his future billionaire life on it.  The invention can be a unique or novel device, method, composition or process. The invention process is a process within an overall engineering and product development process. It may be an improvement upon a machine or product or a new process for creating an object or a result. So, lots of care has to be done with the invention by the inventor himself before making his idea into a money making machine. Below are the following things that need to be done or avoided by the inventor before going for an invention: –

  • Do check existing development before starts working on his/her invention: This is the first and foremost thing that every inventor should know. Inventor must know what are inventions and development are done so far in the same field on which he is working. It can save his precious time and money.

  • Do study the market: It is always better to know the future market of your invention. It gives you the exact idea about your inventions and their ability of how they are going to hit the market. 

  • Do make the inventor’s notebook: This is useful whether you can immediately afford to proceed with your full invention plan or not. In your notebook, you can write descriptions of your inventions and draw sketches of them. Someday, you can look back on the many entries in your notebook and realize that your research work on early inventions has enabled you to acquire knowledge and habits that may soon pay of.

  • Don’t spend too much money: Don’t make flashy investments on your invention, when there are no such requirements are needed. It is better to spend their money on the essential parts of your inventions, not on unnecessary things. In terms of need, it is very difficult to find an investor who can invest in your invention. At that time, you can use your money that may somewhat helps you. 

  • Don’t give up: Inventors who succeed realize that success rarely comes overnight. One business idea might not pay off, but the next might. It's not easy to build something from scratch, especially when your something is a fortune of billions. Time is on your side if you don't rush it.

  • Don’t disclose your invention to anyone. 

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