How I Broke Corporate Habits to Become a Successful Inventor

I frequently compare and contrast my 30 years working in the corporate world as a telecom project manager versus my 15 years as an inventor and entrepreneur. Virtually none of what I learned in the corporate world was helpful for the inventing world. In fact, the two...

The Good Life – Successful Inventors

Everyone wants the good life, for themselves and their families. The frequently overlooked question is: what really comprises the good life? Is it about earning a high income or having wealth and a secure retirement? Is devoting time to family, friends, and loved ones...

The Lonely Inventor: They’ll Never Understand

As I mentioned in a previous post, inventing is chaotic and confusing compared to other careers. Inventing is a lonely endeavor and one your friends and colleagues will never understand no matter how you try to explain it. Lonely Days and Lonely Nights Many inventors...

Why I Became an Inventor: a Story of Strife, Struggles, and Success

After writing over 100 posts, I decided to cover something new: why I chose to become an inventor and my journey from successful engineer to successful inventor. My hope is that readers might see something of themselves in my story and choose to invent the next big...