We all know that â€œnecessity is the mother of invention.â€
Many entrepreneurs and small businesses start with an invention or idea. Protecting that invention or idea with a patent can be important, but it doesnâ€™t guarantee success.
So what is the mother of success? Failure.
The difference between a great idea that succeeds and a great idea that fails is the tenacity of the person behind it. Why? Because, at first, the only one who sees the â€œgreatnessâ€ in an idea is the one who created it.
No matter what, persuading someone to part with his money in exchange for that idea is going to be a tough sell. So when most people try to sell their invention and are rejected, they give up.
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