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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For beginning entrepreneurs, this is great! I’ve been an industrial designer and project manager for about 20 years and, for the parts of my experience that overlap hers, I think she gives good advice. Several of her investments are the highest success stories on Shark Tank to date.
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Greiner advocates educating yourself so that you can be actively involved in every facet of your business, from manufacturing to patent law to marketing, and she gives a useful introduction to each of these topics over the course of the main chapters, sprinkled with motivational quotations and invwnt tips.
Accompanying these personal stories is also a lot of helpful advice that Greiner picked up along the way: However, I would like a little more resources in the book. Jul 27, ACT rated it liked it. Geiner a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. PS — I did an exclusive interview with Greiner that goes into some of her most in-depth strategies.
Book Review: “Invent it, Sell it, Bank it!” By Lori Greiner
I really enjoyed this book. A nice trove of information valuable to anyone with an idea, along with a few interesting stories, all from a familiar voice.
Lori Greinfr shows you how. 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. Don’t be so fixated on the end result that you forget to make something that people actually want to buy.
She didn’t write a lot about herself, like in many other books, when you ready a hundret pages about the childhood and how they grew up. These experiences provide a context for seeing how the steps can actually be followed and applied in a real life setting.
Great book about the major steps in launching a consumer product. lorri
So if your an entrepreneur you should probably add this book to your reading list. What can you expect to learn? Whether it be running ink, faulty molds, tight deadlines or malfunctions, the list of difficulties were endless. There was an error posting your review. If you’d like to see more of Lori Greiner, click here: Simply put, beginning inventors and entrepreneurs need to learn every facet of their craft and their business firsthand in order to make the pivotal decisions.
And ‘member her great book? No one’s rated or reviewed this product yet. It’s definitely motivational and she loves QVC with obvious reason.
Turn your idea into a reality. Greiner tells how and where to go about getting funding — and how to build a perfect pitch. Return to Book Page. Additional terms Terms of transaction.
Jul 19, Tyler Henderson rated it really liked it. The path to success may well be unpredictable and challenging, but there are certain measures and paths one can take that certainly increase the likelihood of making it through.
May 20, Alan rated it it was amazing. You can’t sue Lori Greiner. I have to look at this from two perspectives, because otherwise I would’ve given this book a one star, honestly. Although infent, investments, and crowd-sourcing are great ways to access cash, first tap into your own resources as wisely as possible. For me, the takeaway was her mindset in business, and not so much all details ih bringing an idea to life.
Books by Lori Greiner. This is the best book I have read if you have an invention or product or idea you that want to make money. The book is structured so that concepts are introduced and discussed, and then followed up at the end of chapters with helpful checklists and to-do lists that readers can refer back to as they are pursuing their goals without having to get bogged down in too many unnecessary details.
Lori Greiner’s genius is so outside my box of thinking.
Lori Grenier the Queen of QVC on Shark Tank if through the entire process of coming up with an idea for an invention, designing it, creating it, and selling it. Best of all, you’ll learn to use bulleted lists to get your message across quickly. 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. Dec 03, Jennifer rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Jun 30, Linda Bella rated it liked it.
A powerful story everyone should read if trying to sell their product. Open Preview See a Problem?
What you send out comes back. The stories of how she cold-called and redialed every store in the book may have been important, but the less business-minded stories of how she brought cold drinks and treats for the factory workers or texts the 8-year old daughter of someone she works with were equally valuable as they revealed what being an entrepreneur means to her.
Seeing your final product roll off the assembly line is a magical moment, but there ir things to watch out for so you get there in a cost-effective way. Lori did a pretty god invnt of balancing that although it got too factual at times.
Maybe a list of actual U.