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How This "Little Guy" Inventor Got His Invention In Home Depot And How You Can Too

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Here is a recording with John, an inventor/entrepreneur that every inventor needs to listen to. John has been the inventor of many successful products. One in particular is a product named “EasyGlide,” which is basically a polymer that John had packaged into an aerosol can. When sprayed into drapery or sliding door tracks, it facilitates the movement of the draperies or sliding doors by more than 50%. He worked very hard and actually got his product into the giant Home Depot chain of stores, where his product’s price undercut all of the competition. It was, and still is, a very successful product. Key Concepts ?? Many of the big retailers actually need you more than you need them! ?? You don’t have to have the lowest priced product to trounce your cash-flush competition ?? The best way to quickly and easily multiply the sales of your products is to simply introduce them to new “markets” ?? You should sell multiple products instead of one product ?? You don’t necessarily need any banks, credit or money to finance your new inventions ?? You can get in many big retailers if you simply know what to say

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