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Welcome to a podcast for inventors and innovators where each Monday we interview successful inventors and ask them the questions you want to know. You'll learn the tools, tips, and tactics expert inventors use to achieve success - so you can get your invention out of the tank and into the bank!

Welcome to a podcast for inventors and innovators where each Monday we interview successful inventors and ask them the questions you want to know. You'll learn the tools, tips, and tactics expert inventors use to achieve success - so you can get your invention out of the tank and into the bank!

Location:

United States

Description:

Welcome to a podcast for inventors and innovators where each Monday we interview successful inventors and ask them the questions you want to know. You'll learn the tools, tips, and tactics expert inventors use to achieve success - so you can get your invention out of the tank and into the bank!

Twitter:

@AlanInvents

Language:

English

Contact:

9729891002


Episodes

#129 - Moving ahead despite COVID - Alan Beckley

2/22/2021
Alan provides a special Bonus Training Monday. In today's training episode, you will learn how to find the 'silver lining' in the COVID-19 cloud, to move your invention forward now - instead of waiting. Remove the "bad luck" label from circumstances, so you can see hidden opportunity, instead. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.alanbeckley.com Webinar: www.alanbeckley.com/license

Duration:00:18:56

#128 - From peace officer to inventor mentor - Ryan Diez

2/15/2021
Alan interviews Ryan Diez. Ryan Diez revived a 4th grade science project as the basis for his hit TV product - the Woof Washer 360. Today as a full-time peace officer in LA, he continues to invent, while helping other inventors as an InventRight coach. Ryan says there has never been a better time to be an inventor than right now. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Email RyanDiez@InventRight.com

Duration:00:42:57

#127 - From the farm to engineer and prolific inventor - George Burkhardt

2/8/2021
Alan interviews George Burkhardt. Growing up on a farm, George Burkhardt started inventing early out of necessity. After a career as an engineer for the Air Force, George retired to the farm. Today, his licensed inventions span the automotive, lawn and garden, and pet segments. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Email: GWBurkhardt@gmail.com

Duration:00:36:51

#126 - From the Navy to prolific high-tech inventor - Adrian Pelkus

2/1/2021
Alan interviews Adrian Pelkus. After leaving the Navy, Adrian Pelkus jumped into high-tech startups in Southern California. A natural inventor, he developed his own products, while helping other inventors. He co-invented the Jaw Elevation Device, among many products. Today, he is an artificer and prolific inventor. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website www.InventingWithAdrian.com

Duration:00:57:06

#125 - My 3 Passion Projects for 2021 - Alan Beckley

1/25/2021
Alan provides a behind-the-scenes look at his mission for inventors and his 3 passion projects for 2021. In today's episode, you'll learn all about Alan's 3 passion projects for 2021. You'll learn why they matter to him, how they serve inventors - and how you can participate in them. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.alanbeckley.com Bootcamp: www.alanbeckley.com/bootcamp

Duration:00:24:07

#124 - From advertising guru to skydiving frogs - Richard Levy

1/18/2021
Alan interviews Richard Levy. Richard Levy grew up in New York and soon became an advertising creative director for some of the best agencies. Seeing 5 skydivers link arms gave him an early invention idea - Sky Diving Frogs - a flying disk. He licensed it for 4 years. Now retired, he is a full-time inventor, pitching product ideas almost daily. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Email:...

Duration:00:31:39

#123 - From karaoke bars to killing COVID-19 - Nick Knudsen

1/11/2021
Alan interviews Nick Knudsen. Nick Knudsen owned karaoke bars to help people to have fun. But when COVID-19 hit, business vanished overnight. Mr. Knudsen vowed to find a way to bring joy back again. His improved UVC lights destroy harmful viruses, including COVID-19. Now he helps businesses to keep their staffs and patrons safe from COVID-19. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website:...

Duration:00:41:39

#122 - From twin tyke dangers - to Child Be Safe - George Melistas

1/4/2021
Alan interviews George Melistas. George Melistas and his wife saw their twin toddlers remove safety covers from electrical outlets - and knew they had a problem. They needed a better, safer solution. So, he invented the Child Be Safe outlet and switch covers. Today, they sell Child Be Safe to parents everywhere, giving them peace of mind. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.ChildBeSafe.com

Duration:00:52:26

#121 - From the mean streets of Phoenix to the Gravity Ring - RD Harris

12/28/2020
Alan interviews RD Harris. RD Harris knew he wanted to be an inventor, but success always seemed just out of reach. Until he invented the Gravity Ring, a versatile product that easily holds cell phones and prevent drops. Today, he markets the Gravity Ring as he develops other new innovative products. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.TheGravityRing.com

Duration:00:41:17

#120 - From Chloraseptic to thin film medicine delivery - Rob Davidson

12/21/2020
Alan interviews Rob Davidson. Rob Davidson is the CEO of CURE Pharmaceutical. Mr. Davidson realized that some people in Africa don't take pills they need because the water is unsafe to drink. To cure that problem, Rob invented an innovative thin film for delivering medicine without water, that produces better results for patients worldwide. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website:...

Duration:00:43:20

#119 - From practicing law to arresting scorpions - Tony Gonzales

12/14/2020
Alan interviews Tony Gonzales. As an attorney in Arizona, Tony Gonzales helped many business clients. When his 3-year-old son was rushed to the hospital after being stung by a scorpion, Tony saw scorpions as a serious problem. He co-invented the solution - Scorpion Repel - that actually prevents scorpions from getting into houses. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.scorpionrepel.com

Duration:00:58:50

#118 - From Kodak layoff - to creating 50 new millionaires - David Weaver

12/7/2020
Alan interviews David Weaver. David Weaver was an optical engineer for over 20 years at Eastman Kodak. After a layoff in 1998, he became an inventor, creating the first hydrogen-based non-toxic hand sanitizer, Hy-IQ. Today, David's company, Aphex BioCleanse Systems, sells Hy-IQ products worldwide, providing water-based non-toxic sanitizers. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.aphexus.com

Duration:00:34:32

#117 - How to pitch your product like a pro

12/3/2020
Alan provides another Bonus Training Thursday. In today's training episode, you'll learn about the new bootcamp for inventors - Pitch Your Product Like a Pro. The bootcamp is your chance to meet Alan and other inventors, have fun, and learn to finally pitch your product to get them to say yes. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.alanbeckley.com Website: https://LandYourLicenseDeal.com

Duration:00:12:56

#116 - Recovering when COVID-19 steals 90% of sales - Mina Yoo

11/30/2020
Alan interviews Mina Yoo. Mina Yoo returns to the podcast. Mina invented the Heroclip, an innovative carabiner hook clip invention that has hundreds of uses. But COVID-19 forced her to completely rethink her business to recover from losing 90% of her retail store sales. Today, her business is on track and growing in new ways. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.myheroclip.com

Duration:00:34:57

#115 - From frightening family finances to HSN success - Marcy McKenna

11/23/2020
Alan interviews Marcy McKenna. Marcy came from a family of inventors. As a mother of 3 with her husband's union on strike, she licensed her first invention with only a sell sheet at a trade show. Today, Marcy has achieved invention success, having sold or licensed over 30 products, with her own line of products on HSN. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.marcymckenna.com

Duration:01:13:59

#114 - Saving the planet with sustainable animal feed - Suresh Menon

11/16/2020
Alan interviews Suresh Menon. Early in his career, Dr. Menon sought to end global use of antibiotics in animal feed. His invention, MrFeed, reduces infection and improves digestibility for animals without antibiotics. Today, MrFeed sells worldwide, promoting animal health while reducing waste and environmental impact. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.menon.us

Duration:00:30:41

#113 - From Eagle Scout to J-Bar plywood cutting tool - Michael Switlicki

11/9/2020
Alan interviews Michael Switlicki. Growing up in rural Michigan, Michael invented things to solve common problems. As an adult, he found cutting plywood to be cumbersome. So, he invented a better solution: The J-Bar tool - which sells everywhere on his website. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.j-bartool.com

Duration:00:55:39

#112 - How to save 1 billion gallons of water - Steve Waddell

11/2/2020
Alan interviews Steve Waddell. Steve Waddell describes how COVID-19 impacted 3 pillars of his marketing plan - and how he kept his business on track. He is on plan to save over 1 billion gallons of water with the DaVinci Fountain faucet by 2030. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.Nasoni.com

Duration:00:50:25

#111 - 3 Quick Fixes to Tune up Your Pitch

10/29/2020
Alan provides another Bonus Training Thursday. In today's training episode, you'll learn 3 quick fixes to make to your pitch compelling and impactful. Tune up your product pitch now - so they'll be asking for more. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, so you won't miss a single episode. Website: www.alanbeckley.com Website: https://LandYourLicenseDeal.com

Duration:00:20:29

#110 - From salsa dancer to painting the world with data - Alex Hertel

10/26/2020
Alan interviews Alex Hertel. Alex has successfully melded the Internet of Things (IoT) with Augmented Reality (AR) to create high-tech immersive experiences for sports fans. Today, he is an inventor at Intuit, director of the Futures Group. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts so you won't miss a single episode. LinkedIn: Alex Hertel

Duration:00:58:49