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The Eureka Method: How to Think Like an Inventor

Sample chapter from The Eureka Method by John Hershey.

“If we all did the things we are capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves.” —Thomas Edison

The Eureka Method is designed to help you become an inventor. Books about inventing are already numerous, as are conventions and seminars and many other things devoted to the topic. So why, you may ask, does the world need yet another book about inventing? The answer is that this book offers something unique. While most other books focus on what to do with your device after it is invented – how to patent or license it or promote it and sell it – author John Hershey steps back to the beginning and teaches you how to think like an inventor. In other words, it will teach you how to come up with those great new ideas for inventions – which, for most people, is the hardest part of becoming an inventor. Why not get started right now…

What are the three questions that should follow a Eureka! Moment?

The answers are here in this free chapter download.

John Hershey has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and has been granted 134 US Patents. He has served the adjunct faculty at the University of Colorado Boulder; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; and Union College Schenectady New York. Dr. Hershey also served five years as a Program Evaluator for ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology). He is an elected Fellow of the IEEE and the author/co-author of seven books including Cryptography Demystified.

 

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John Hershey has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and has been granted 134 US Patents. He has served the adjunct faculty at the University of Colorado Boulder; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; and Union College Schenectady New York. Dr. Hershey also served five years as a Program Evaluator for ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology). He is an elected Fellow of the IEEE and the author/co-author of seven books including Cryptography Demystified.


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