Invent It, Sell It, Bank It! has ratings and 48 reviews. QVC’s Clever & Unique Creations by Lori Greiner comes a hands-on, nuts-and-bolts guide to getting a. Achieve financial freedom. Lori Greiner shows you how. Invent It, Sell It, Bank It! is a hands-on, nuts-and-bolts guide to getting a new product or company off the. In a sea of fluffy inspirational books and motivational business monologues that carry name-brand weight, but lack substance, Lori Greiner’s.

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I received my copy of this book through Goodreads First Reads. Make your first million.

Lori covers such topic as. She now has close to inventions under her belt, and over patents. In revealing with budding entrepreneurships just how to turn that million-dollar idea into a reality, Greiner shares several important aspects with readers.

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Oct 18, Cody rated it really liked it. It not only tells you what it takes to invent a product and bring it to market — it actually teaches you how to do it. There aren’t exciting plot twists, catchy scenes, snappy dialogues. I have never been curious about inventing products but this was a useful book to see how it is done.

I don’t need a factual statement, I need encouraging as well.

Greiner’s help, you will discover the importance of prototypes and market research, and the keys to getting useful i. A nice trove of information valuable to anyone with an idea, along with a few interesting stories, all from a familiar voice.


Once a reader is firmly rooted in the knowledge of what makes a great entrepreneur and entrepreneurial idea, the book plunges into what needs to actually be done. Greiner tells how inveent where to go about getting funding — and how to build a perfect pitch. There are chapters on fundraising, social media, patents, manufacturing, packaging, the whole deal.

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Dec 26, Ana rated it liked it Shelves: I liked her writing style She managed to find a solution to every obstacle that challenged her. First off, the length. How do I make it and where do I start? They don’t know if they should sell online, or try to get their product into stores, or go onto home shopping channels. Once you’ve gotten the go ahead, you’ll also need to know the benefits of and steps to obtaining a patent and trademarking, as well as best strategies for manufacturing, including packaging and quality control, and how to follow up and continue to find the way to move your business forward, including conducting successful sales on television and through other non-traditional selling venues, harnessing social media to boost your marketing power so that your business will continue to expand and grow.

Maybe a list of actual U. Jan 02, Abbie rated it really liked it. Lori did a pretty god job of balancing that although it got too factual at times.

However, to people that are really serious about starting a business, I’m sure that this book was pretty helpful.


Invent It, Sell It, Bank It!: Make Your Million-Dollar Idea Into a Reality

Amazing Read and incredibly helpful in current details. I loved this book and learned many practical insights. No trivia or quizzes yet. This is the best book I have read if you have an invention or product or idea you that want to make money. It is a good starting point for anyone trying to figure out how to get an idea mass produced – especially if you are not familiar with industry practices and terminology.

Granted, this is non-fiction. She has also helped many budding entrepreneurs turn their ideas into hit products. These experiences provide a context for seeing how the steps can actually be followed and applied in a real life setting.

This book is thorough and inspiring. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

After an in-depth analysis of the characteristics of a great entrepreneur, the reader also has a chance to discover what clear, definable traits makes a great idea — specifically, the nine things that make an idea great. Then, the step-by-step framework guides you through detailed market research, an in-depth tutorial on getting funding, and the truth about patents. This book was given as ivent promotional gift to my wife and had been sitting on a pile of books for me sfll read for a while.

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