My guess is that if you’re reading this, you think like me in some ways. You always have something on your mind, even when people are talking to you. You get frustrated trying to open a jar of pickles and think to yourself, there has got to be a better way.
Well to you and me, the holiday season is no different. When you’re shopping for fluffy slippers for Aunt Margie, you’re probably thinking about how great it would be to have glow-in-the-dark slippers. In fact, you and I almost (but not quite) feel exhilarated going Christmas shopping and looking at all the cool new gadgets and gizmos.
The gift-giving season is a time when almost every store turns into a Sharper Image or Brookstone. If you haven’t been to either Sharper Image or Brookstone, stop reading and go now! Those stores are like heaven to idea-people like you and I. Actually, I’m not even sure Heaven can compete with $2000 massage chairs that ALSO pour a cup of coffee.
Where was I? Ah yes, shopping during December is a rush. reviews of InventHelpAll the stores bring out the figurative big guns. Mini-vacuums, roll-up neckties, thing-a-ma-bobs of every kind! Probably like you, I’ve found that during this time of year, I always come up with more invention ideas. I’ve attributed this phenomenon to the part of the brain called the “Always-thinkinggus” (not an actual part of the brain). When my eyes see an exorbitant amount of good-gracious do-hickeys, electrical impulses stimulate my “Always-thinkinggus.” Stimulation of this area of the brain causes ideas of every kind to flow more easily.
In fact, we’ve conducted scientific – albeit statistically insignificant – studies showing more activity on IdeaTango.com, our virtual trade show of inventions and ideas, during December. I attribute this increased activity, to the plethora of ideas flowing out of your head, due to the myriad of neat-o gadgets on store shelves everywhere.reviews of InventHelp
I also believe the increased inventing activity is a result of you trying to find the perfect gift. You think to yourself, “Wouldn’t it be great to get Aunt Margie those glow-in-the-dark slippers,” only to find out they haven’t been invented yet.
The potent combination of gizmos for sale along with our “must find the perfect gift”-giving attitude, leads to some great new potential products. Just remember to write them down as your brain won’t always be forgiving come January.