An invention is an idea which is conceptualized by an inventor through his/her productive imagination.

The unique talent that not all can conjure up essentially includes three elementary processes; evaluating, patenting and marketing.

While the three processes may seem easy, the truth is something else. Once the unique talent and the process involved with it are materialized properly, the end results are not just beneficial for the inventor, but for many other people, as well.

Unfortunately some budding inventors fail to properly materialize their ideas due to being inattentive to the basic steps and strategy that help make an invention success.

Hence, through the article below I will walk you through the basic processes that must be followed if you want your idea to strike the right cord and produce the desired result. So, here I go:

  1. Remember that imaginations are not created rather they automatically strike your mind. So do not strain your mind to come up with an idea rather let it come as it comes. At the same time, it is also important to know that all big invention idea took just a fraction of seconds to revolutionize the world. From pin to airplane all are the result of those great inventions that arose within just a fraction of seconds.
  2. The more you evaluate and research your idea, the more chances of its success. Thanks to the constant technological advancements, there are a number of resources (magazines, internet and local stores) available for you to explore ideas and get competitive searches.
  3. As I said earlier, an idea can occur to your mind anytime so it is always wise to pen down what you imagine.
  4. The more you determine, improve, enhance, enliven, evaluate, study and research about your invention the better the development procedure.
  5. Protect your invention following the proper patent processes and by having an NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) signed so you do not have to bear the costly mistakes. You can also seek advice of a legal consultant or professional patent attorneys or patent agents.
  6. Finally, it is solely your own decision whether you want to sell your invention to a company, a manufacturer or want to license it so you can benefit from it by mortgaging.
  7. However, while submitting your invention to a company, it is wise if you make all your stands clear to the company and have an NDA signed so no further dispute can arise.