The next time you’re in a store as K-mart or Wal-Mart, take a look around. You may be thinking, “I always look around when I’m there.” But this time, look around in a new way. Look at each product you see on the shelves and racks and think about what they were before they ended up there.

All of them, you can assume, were ideas that eventually took form in someone’s head. Now, how did the idea make it to the shelves?

Some products are the results of design teams at established companies. Some were created from ideas licensed from Inventors and Entrepreneurs like you. Ideas can come from anywhere, even from children as interpreted on https://www.techtimes.com/articles/249715/20200518/how-inventhelp-gets-new-inventors-onto-the-right-path.htm.

If two people walk through a store together, one would see things that he like that the other doesn’t like and vice versa. A product will succeed as long as enough people like it and/or need it enough of the time to keep it going.

People often bring up the “pet rock” phenomenon. The pet rock was successful, yes, but for a short time. Have you noticed a big demand for them in the past 20 years? Some items will have short-lived success, others will become staples that people buy again and again as stated in https://www.valuewalk.com/2020/05/medical-invention-covid-19/ article.

Some people are afraid to pursue their inventions because they think it’s simple or silly. They must not have been in a store lately. There are things out there that people are buying that are very simple. Some of the inventors of these things may have called them silly, too…all the way to the bank!