Does the phrase "invent and profit" excite you? I bet it does, but I
also know you have come to this page because you are smart. You are
doing your due diligence and you have a healthy skepticism about any
internet site that offers information to assist you with your valuable
idea. You don't want to be scammed and I applaud you for doing your
Have you ever taken gadgets apart because you wanted to see what was inside? I have.
Would you be more interested in how a coffee maker works rather than making and drinking the actual coffee? I would.
Ever since I was a child I was constantly tinkering, and always had to try to figure out how things worked.
My name is Andrew Colsky. I always had what I believed to be great ideas but I had no mentors or guidance. If I told someone, usually a family member, about a new idea that I thought was revolutionary, they would tell me it sounded nice but did not share my enthusiastic passion.
Fortunately, although my mother did not share my passion, she supported me and took me to the junkyard, the hardware store, the craft shop, or wherever necessary to find the magical part that would make my new creation work just right. Well, they never did work perfectly but I was learning a lot about the process.
Over time, I realized I had to rely on myself. I failed, I made mistakes, but I didn't give up. Each time an idea didn't turn out, I paid close attention to why and sought to figure out how to improve it. Eventually I created viable products and my product designs began to conform to market requirements. I was learning the process and sometimes an idea that I thought was incredibly good would turn out to be too expensive to produce or was simply impractical. But I kept moving forward, used what I learned, and eventually began succeeding in developing products that were indeed cost-effective and practical.
These are some of the products I created:
I remember thinking that all I wanted to learn was how to patent a product. I believed that if I got a patent, it would mean I was a legitimate inventor. So I continued to create and struggle until I finally got my first patent for a product that helped prevent the spread of the HIV virus.
Mission accomplished...or so I thought. Not much time passed before I was hungry for another.
Many trials and failures later, I received my second patent for a pet product that was the first of its kind. Armed with two patents, I was well on my way to a successful career as an inventor...or so I thought.
Patents in hand, it suddenly dawned on me that I had no idea what to do with them. Soon, I was in for a whole new education. I quickly learned that while I was good at coming up with creative ideas, I knew nothing about bringing a product to market. I'm sure it's no surprise to you when I tell you my next passion was to get a product to market. So again, I returned to more trials and more failures until I finally got my first product into the stores. As I'm sure you've guessed already, my attention turned to getting more products into more stores and I am happy to say that my passion continues.
It has been an incredibly exciting journey! I never knew what the next day would bring. I have spent money, made money, and lost money. I have developed products that have won
industry awards. I then spent money, made money, and lost money again. I developed more products and won
more awards and am even more excited than ever to see what's next.
Everyone who knows me is aware that I always have multiple new products in the works. If you didn't know you were in my home you might think you were in some sort of invention museum with all of the prototypes laying around. Some might call it an obsession, but I like to think of it as a passion.
It is a nice feeling to go to sleep each evening knowing that while I am dreaming of my next new product, customers from around the world are paying money for my current creations.
It sounds glamorous now that I have found success and I know that you can get there too. Although the path to success is quite challenging, it is the continuous conquering of those challenges that will lead you to success.
My journey was not easy and I'm sure you are having a similar experience. When I began, there was no internet. I searched libraries and bookstores for any useful information about inventing. I asked everyone I knew if they knew anyone who could help me but nobody did nor did they even understand what I was seeking.
One day I heard a radio commercial for a company that claimed it could solve all my problems and help me take my first product to market. I was young and naive but more importantly, I was desperate. They sent me a flashy brochure and a request for a large sum of money. I was led to believe that once I paid this money, my product would be an instant success. I eagerly delivered my check and that was the last I saw of my money and the last I heard from the company. I felt foolish that I let my emotions supersede my better judgment and that I was now another victim of the invention submission scam.
After a period of licking my wounds, I became obsessed with achieving my goal. It was now very clear that there were no trusted advisers, and if I was going to be successful, I would have to figure it out myself.
I am happy to say that after many years and many successful products, I took a step back, looked in the mirror and realized that I had become the expert whom I had been desperately seeking.
Soon, others started to seek me out for advice and guidance. As I started to offer my advice, I realized the value of my experience.
Not one to sit still, while I am busy working on my marketable products, I continually push myself to learn as much as I can. I hold a Bachelor's degree, two Master's degrees, two law degrees, and am a graduate of Harvard University's Executive Education program.
As a result of my own journey, I
realized there was a need for honest, straight-forward advice and mentoring about
patents, product development, and the overall process to bring new ideas to market. Today, with the internet, I now have a vehicle to share lessons learned with fellow inventors. Therefore, I
started "Invent And Profit" to fill the inventor resource void.
I have made the mistakes and I can help prevent you from doing the same. I developed my Invent And Profit System(TM) to teach budding inventors how to get their products to market as efficiently and inexpensively as possible.
All the information on this website is free. It is here to help you succeed. It took me many years, lots of education, and literally hundreds of thousands of dollars to learn what I now know. If you are serious about taking your invention to market, I caution you that it is not something easily done alone. I hear from many people who tried to do it themselves, did not know how to best proceed, and lost a lot of money in the process.
I am giving you the tools. All I ask is that you take action and use them.
I have now made it a business to help others succeed. If you passionately believe in your product, there is no better time than now to realize your dream. Let me guide you through my proven Invent And Profit System(TM).
Inventor's Success Tip
"Never provide any information about your ideas to anyone over the internet."
Because my time is limited, I work with a select few clients who are committed to doing what is necessary to get their product into the marketplace. If you are ready to achieve your success, complete the form below and I will contact you to discuss how we will proceed.
As always, never provide any information about your ideas to anyone over the internet.