The Greatest Ideas Can Have The Smallest Beginnings

These two inventions were created by a woman named Mary Ellen Simonsen who had the opportunity to pitch one of her inventions on an un-aired episode of Shark Tank that.

Sometimes we think in order to be a successful ground-breaking innovator and entrepreneur of our time, we need to have over-the-top products to offer people and the masses will coming running to us.   That’s rarely ever the case.  Some of the best ideas are born from everyday activities and usage from products we already own.  And even if your idea isn’t the greatest, it can still hit the market and make waves (you’ve all seen the Snuggie and Pajama Jean commercials, you know what I’m talking about).

A little determination and the willingness to put yourself out there can prove to go a very long way.

Bud Nics

 

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