It has always been said that; “loose lips sink ships,” and so, there are things that you need to keep close to the vest. One of those things you need to be careful about is with whom you discuss your innovations, inventions, or new concepts. Even if you have a close friend, or coworker you need to be very careful. Just because you trust them not to steal your idea, doesn’t mean they won’t mention it to their wife or husband, who then inadvertently mentions it to someone else.
Whereas, this may seem to be an incredible demonstration of unethical behavior, it is also typically human nature to talk about the things that are interesting, relevant, or anomalies, which occur. New inventions, and concepts or revolutionary ideas are just that, and thus, they make for good conversation. So, without even giving it a second thought, someone ends up spilling the beans about your new contraption or discovery.
Rather than getting upset at the situation, you should know that this is the reality of things and how human interaction works. Therefore, it makes sense not to talk about your inventions to other people, no matter who they are. You should also realize that the quote; “loose lips sink ships,” had to do with wartime spies, and sailors talking about where they were going to their friends and family. Then the spies would relay the message to the enemies of the country flying the flag on that ship; and that ship would be sunk. inventing an idea
This is why, I often recommend to those innovators and creative geniuses in our society to keep your information close and to be very wary of who you talk to about revolutionary concepts and incredible new inventions. Do not let your new idea sink, before you even leave the dock, especially with you in it. I hope you will please consider all this.
Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank. Lance Winslow believes that if you are wise, you can one day make money with your mind. inventing an idea
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