You don't have to be a mechanical genius to be an inventor. Anyone can invent -- a parent wrestling with a baby sling . . . a coach frustrated with slick-soled running shoes . . . an office worker determined to keep the computer cords untangled. Inventing is simply finding clever solutions to everyday challenges. Author and inventor Patricia Nolan-Brown has turned common annoyances into ingenious and money-making products. She shares the tricks of her trade in Idea to Invention, a practical guide that helps ordinary people look at their world with the eyes of an inventor.
Patricia Nolan-Brown, inventor of the original Rear-Facing Carseat Mirror (selling worldwide) has been inventing and marketing problem-solving products for over 20 years. Patricia has extensive experience in all stages required to turn an idea into a successful product, including licensing. She holds 5 patents and several trademarks.