Everybody makes mistakes. Some big, some small, some that aren’t your fault at all. How many times has your phone corrected a text that you were writing with the wrong word? For example, I have been noticing way too many times where I type the word too but my phone will substitute the word to.
In my last eBlast I copied and pasted the link to register for this Saturdays’ meeting from the flyer but somehow the link from another part of that flyer replaced it in the flyer. You can never trust those diabolical gremlins hiding in Microsoft Word. A number of people caught it and told me but I didn’t want to bother anyone over the weekend or on a Monday.
So I apologize for the mistake and here is the correct link. bit.ly/2TRbdmg
Let me just say, that it would be a Big Mistake to miss this meeting because Leigh Rothschild, a man who has developed a ton of successful inventions, will be sharing his vast knowledge of the inventing process. I’m sure that, that would include mistakes you should avoid.
All the important information, time, place, etc. is on the flyer on the registration page which you can get to by clicking this link bit.ly/2TRbdmg
Speaking of Mistakes, good friend of the group Don Debelak wrote a great article on the 9 Mistakes Most Inventors Make which you can access by clicking this link. http://bit.ly/2POAYUb
Looks like those Microsoft Word Gremlins snuck a few past good old Don. See if you can catch them.
Here is another great article from a legal stand point from our good friend Gene Quinn and IP WatchDog. http://bit.ly/2DT98RS
Here is an older but still very relevant article from Tamara Monosoff from a stronger business perspective. http://bit.ly/2H7h97F
Don’t forget next month is Return Of The Fischlschweigers. You can read the flyer and register by going to this link. http://bit.ly/2LmumxP
They say, a wise man learns from his mistakes. I think an even wiser man or woman can learn just as much from other peoples’ mistakes and avoid them.
May All Your Mistakes Be Insignificant And Easily Rectified,