Brian Fried is an inventor in the truest sense.
More than just a home-based (and commercially successful) tinkerer with a garage full of exciting contraptions, he has a real dedication to creating a better world – and a fully realized sense of human nature, which shines through in multiple efforts designed to help other inventors navigate the difficult commercialization process: numerous books, educational podcasts, how-to videos.
His desire to assist other innovators is arguably most evident in his influential “inventors and entrepreneurs” clubs, which started as a monthly Suffolk County-based exercise, expanded to Nassau County and have now gone national (and international, thank you very much).
In today’s conversation, Brian joins Spark host Gregory Zeller to retrace his steps toward inventive mentor, define his personal creativity process and discuss the important differences between a good idea and a commercially viable idea.
Original Article from: https://www.innovateli.com/episode-16-brian-fried-invention-comprehension/