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Jul 20, 2017

You can be a creator or a consumer, but it’s the creators that get paid.

I’ve argued before that creativity is the most important skill for entrepreneurs because before you can sell anything, you have to create that value proposition.

But what if you’re not creative?

I believe we all have that innate creative spirit in us somewhere, it’s just a matter of flexing that creative muscle.

In this episode, I talk with Carol "Stash" Stanley of, and David Fedewa who is an inventor mentor at

Stash holds six patents related to products in the baseball and softball world, as well as footwear safety. She’s worked on these products as a side hustle while working full-time at the University of Virginia.

David Fedewa is a serial inventor who has taken the product licensing route as described by Stephen Key in episode 173 to earn passive income from his product ideas.

Tune in to hear how they come with ideas, how to unleash the creativity in your own head, and what to do with those ideas once you have them.

Full Show Notes and PDF Highlight Reel: How to Cultivate Creativity Like an Inventor