One Simple Idea: Turn Your Dreams Into a Licensing

One Simple Idea: Turn Your Dreams Into a Licensing Goldmine While Letting Others Do the Work For as long as you can remember, you ve had a dream You ve longed to see your product idea come to fruition so you never have to work for anyone else againStephen Key has been living this dream foryears The developer of such lucrative products as Michael Jordan s WallBall r , the Spinformation r rotating label, and HotPicks r guitar picks, he knows better than anyone how to make a great living as an entrepreneur Key develops ideas for new products, licenses them out, collects royalty checks, and doesn t look back You can do it, too All you need is One Simple Idea In this book, Key reveals the secrets that helped him and thousands of his students including bestselling author Tim Ferriss turn their creativity into a passive income generator by renting an idea to a company, which takes care of RD, production, marketing, sales, accounting, distribution, and everything else you don t want to doYou ll be amazed at how simple the process of licensing an idea for profit actually is Key explains how to Keep your ideas safe without spending time and money on a patent Be your own boss without formally opening a business See your product go to market without footing a dime in expenses Make potentially big money without quitting your day jobThe age old business assumption that ideas must come from within organizations has been shattered From global corporations to small businesses, companies have become so confident in outside entrepreneurs that licensing is now abillion industry Businesses need freelancers like Key and you to provide creative, marketable ideas for new offeringsWith One Simple Idea, there s no prototyping, no patents, and, best of all, no risk You can make the system work for you rather than the other way around

10 thoughts on “One Simple Idea: Turn Your Dreams Into a Licensing Goldmine While Letting Others Do the Work

  1. says:

    This is a very informative book regarding licensing My only complaint is that it could have been 50 pages I felt as though I was re reading the same thing chapter after chapter.

  2. says:

    This is certainly a book worth reading but perhaps is not everything that you thought it would be when you first read the title.The author certainly demonstrates how you can turn ideas into products that you license to others but he seems to gloss a little over the fact

  3. says:

    I was surprised at how helpful this book was Normally, books that make grandiose promises e.g get rich by following three simple steps are a complete waste of time This book wasn t.Stephen Key is an entrepreneur who discovered how to market his ideas Instead of developing new

  4. says:

    This book is definitely making it into my library It s full of so much information about licensing that it s going to be my go to reference for any licensing projects going forward The advice might be a little too general to give you SPECIFIC advice for your industry but it does gi

  5. says:

    Long story short, this book is for skimming, not for reading I can say I learned from this book, but the author repeats himself so much it is painful Great intentions and great knowledge, but the book could have easily been 50 pages.

  6. says:

    I started this book with high hopes as the first few chapters get you hooked and leave you wantingOnly to have finished the book and felt a little let down on the actual insight Licensing is a unique way to get paid for your idea without having to risk it all I love the idea of solving problem

  7. says:

    This book was published before the America Invents Act became law, so some of the details regarding patents are out of date, but the information on licensing is extremely accessible for entrepreneurs and inventors I m not quite ready to stop using that word, inventors, as Mr Key suggests, but I thin

  8. says:

    The book is, in many ways, just like the title one simple idea that is diced and sliced into many different versions of the self same one simple idea Despite being interesting, it just did not really hit the highest mark, yet maybe it wasn t meant to The book takes a look at transforming ideas into market

  9. says:

    Eh this book was interesting and offered a very simple method for potentially getting your ideas to market.But while the author keeps mentioning the thousands of ideas he s had and the 20 he s been successful with, he seems determined to keep rehashing the same two a Michael Jordan backboard and a spinning labe

  10. says:

    Great read, very useful amd informative.The book title is very honest Stephen Key is very knowledgeable about licensing and breaks it down to simple steps He doesn t use jargon and uses very simple examples to provide the reader with a thorough understanding of the point he is making He does waffle on a little bit an

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