Next Best Invention
   "Creativity is not the finding of a thing, but the
making something out of it after it is found"
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This site was built for the express purpose of providing a place
where inventors can inexpensively show what they have developed.
We have developed many products ourselves and became frustrated
with companies who claim they can get our inventions in front of
manufacturers. Our success rate with these companies was 0% and
considered by most to be more interested in their setup fees than
actually promoting products. We offer this site as a place where any
innovator can list their product(s) internationally at a low cost.
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Innovation has driven and continues to drive
the world. As Albert Einstein once said, "It's
not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with
problems longer."

Cognitive scientists call this "mental time
travel" and believe it serves as a key
distinction between humans and animals.
Most animals show no ability for imaging
future states but most humans exhibit this
capacity by the age of four. I believe that the
greater capacity you have for "mental time
travel," the better chance you have for
impacting the world.
When Scipio Africanus took on the seemingly impossible task of defeating Hannibal in 205 B.C., he resisted the head-on assault that other Roman military leaders had tried before him. Instead he took in a bigger picture, and looked not just at the players but at their inter-dependencies. Clearly, Scipio was an "out-of-the-box" thinker.
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