Do You Ever Feel Like You're Just Living the Same Day Over and Over ?

 

Do you ever get up in the morning and just feel like it's an exact repeat of the lousy day you had before?

Worse yet, do you ever feel that way especially when you're looking at the progress of your idea, invention or startup?  

If you're one of those inventor/entrepreneurs who feel like you're just a "hamster on a wheel", I've got some good news for you:  You really don't have to feel like you're trapped in a Bill Murray movie.  

But in order to do that, you have to make a choice in your life and the life of your invention or business.  On the wall of my office I have a sign that says, "If you do what you always did, you will get what you always got."  That sign could never be more true as it is for inventors & entrepreneurs.  

Why?

Because I've seen way too many people who get "stuck" in one certain place in their journey.  For some it's a never-ending process of building the "perfect" prototype, for others it's the paralyzing fear of someone stealing their idea; the list of reasons are as endless as the circles you'll end up trapped in.  

But you have to decide to take the exit ramp off that beltway and move on to the next place you need to go.  

Let us help you take that first step off the hamster wheel by joining us at the next Inventors Council Central KY Free Open Meeting on Tuesday, February 7th as we bring back our wildly popular Inventor Night at the Movies, this time featuring The Men Who Built America.   More details below.

These Meetings are Free and Open to everyone, but are you looking for more help with your idea/invention/startup?  Then you'll want to become a member by Joining Online.  Whether you choose a Lexington, Louisville, or All-Access membership, you'll have a full-year of exclusive admission into the Inventor/Entrepreneur Workshop, as well as other great benefits throughout the year.

If you'd like to help us fulfill our mission of helping promote innovation in KY, be sure to go to our Support & Donations Page Here.

I'll be looking to see you at the next Inventors Council Central KY meeting in Lexington on Tue Feb 7th! 

Don 
MtgAnnc1701Tuesday - February 7th, 2017
Join us for our Free Open Meeting  Special  Event:
Featuring Selected Scenes From:
The Men Who Built America

What did it take for the titans of industry to be successful and famous in the 19th century?  Would you be surprised to learn that many of them had humble beginnings, "brink of disaster" moments, and used innovative tactics to overcome seemingly unsurmountable obstacles? 

And what can we learn from these innovators from over 100 years ago, and apply them to our own success in 2017? 

That's what we're going to explore in our next Free Open Meeting at the Inventors Council in Lexington as we once again do "Inventor/Entrepreneur Night at the Movies" featuring "The Men Who Built America". 

But we're not just going to sit down and watch a movie.  We're going to view selected scenes and stop the action to discuss how they got started, the challenges they faced and how they overcame adversity to become success stories that are now the stuff of legends.

So watch, discuss and learn with us as we peer into the lives of these giants and see how we can apply them to our ideas, inventions and startups to help us become the next great innovators of the 21st century.  


So Join Us for this Great Free Open Meeting on Tuesday Feb 7th! 
When: Tuesday, February 7th, 2017
Doors Open at 6:30pm
Meeting Begins at 7:00pm

Where:  Eastside Library


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