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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’ve got a book you’ll want to read! To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. If you are committed to inventing something people will actually pay for and make millions I received my copy of this book through Goodreads First Reads.

I have no aspirations of being an inventor but I thought her book and story would be interesting Apr 25, Sherman rated it liked it. This book was given as a promotional gift to my wife and had been iy on a pile of books for me to read for a while. Oct 14, Jason Patz rated it really liked it. I really enjoyed this book. She really is an inspiration not to be intimidated by big shot business moguls like her coworkers on Shark Tank, and that with perseverance, common sense and solid relationships anyone can b I love Lori: They can see her success and her inventions turned into reality as they dream about their own paths taking them to similar heights.

Aug 02, Nancy Sharp rated it it was amazing.

However, this book is definitely encouraging and it does provide very good information, something to get an entrepreneur started on the right track. She shares very honestly and simply how anyone really can become an entrepreneur.

The info is good, it’s simply not the most practical starting text for someone who doesn’t have extensive capital or who isn’t yet ready to give up their day job.

From a teenager’s perspective, this is not a good book. Step-by-step, readers are shown how to identify whether an hank is a hero or zero.

This type of greinner information would be great. Maybe she could have added a resource section at the end of her book which would have really polished this book and helped the reader. It’s in October in a city called Guangzhou.


Lori Greiner | Invent it, Sell it, Bank it

People want or need it. Finally, she covered all areas of the entrepreneur baseball diamond. Potential Entrepreneurs, Students, Anyone interested in learning about the path of an inventor.

Aell an in-depth analysis of the characteristics of a great entrepreneur, the reader also has a chance to discover what clear, definable traits lt a great idea — specifically, the nine things that make an idea great. The actionable advice comes from someone who truly knows her way around the product world.

Book Review: “Invent it, Sell it, Bank it!” By Lori Greiner – Rich20SomethingRich20Something

In her analysis of greatest hits, Greiner also reveals the word-for-word scripts she used to pitch greinsr of her most successful products, along with instructions for you to do the same with your ideas. Ratings and reviews No one’s rated or reviewed this product yet.

Lori is very informative and helpful. This is an excellent resource.

Invent It, Sell It, Bank It!

I also I really enjoyed this book. There was an error posting your review. I recommend starting with Stephen keys books on licensing. She oversees the legal and patent processes, and has driven her business to the success it has achieved.

His debut book, Rich20Something, publishes on May 2, If the word “inventor” conjures in your head images of a slightly forgetful but brilliant and reclusive eccentric greinee an loei social sense and a sartorial flair bordering on anti-social –someone like Belle’s father, Maurice, from Beauty and the Beast — then be prepared to meet inventor, entrepreneur, if, and TV personality Lori Greiner, developer of more than products, holder of more than patents, and the woman who will repaper your mental “inventor” gallery with visions of a smart, savvy, well-groomed and well-spoken gregarious leader who not only worked her way to the top, but loei to give the rest of us a hand up in getting there, too.

For me, the takeaway was her mindset in business, and not so much all details around bringing an idea to life. What can you expect to learn? Seeing your final product roll off the assembly line is a magical moment, but there are things to watch out for so you get there in a cost-effective way. An easy to read book, that bankk an overview of an entrepreneurial journey.


Great book about the major steps in launching a consumer product. I do not endorse Lori in any way. Whether it be covering the various types of funding available for a startup, explaining the pros and cons of filing for a patent, revealing the essential components that make up the perfect pitch, or sharing various methods of utilizing social media and networks in gaining awareness and sharing your dream with consumers, everything step along the process is covered.

She is a star shark on the hit entrepreneurial business show, Shark Tank on Lofi, where she invests in companies and helps turn dreams into a reality. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Turn your idea into a reality. Capabilities Text to speech. Greiner tells how and where to go about i funding — and how to build a perfect pitch. Half a page is simply one paragraph! Although loans, investments, and crowd-sourcing are great ways to access cash, first tap into your own resources as wisely as possible.

Book Review: “Invent it, Sell it, Bank it!” By Lori Greiner

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I have never been curious about inventing products but this was a useful book to see how it is done.

This book is really bahk someone who already has invented a product and is ready to bring it to market. To patent or not to patent, and other things you can do to safeguard your idea.

However, there is one thing th As a major fan of Shark Tank, I wanted to read this book because it was written by the “warm-blooded shark” Lori Greiner. Refresh and try again.