Godly Ideas: Perceiving and Pursuing God-Given Ideas

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AuthorHouse, Oct 16, 2008 - Business & Economics
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Many people encounter various obstacles when attempting to pursue their ideas and dreams. The lack of confidence, knowledge and trust are formidable obstacles that prevent people from pursuing ideas. This book addresses many of these obstacles by providing valuable information about the spiritual, business and legal aspects of developing ideas.

The book provides insights concerning the recognition of God-given ideas and the stewardship responsibilities for these ideas.

The book identifies different categories of ideas and discusses various types of markets that may be suited for a particular idea. In addition, the book describes the basic steps in developing an idea. These steps will enable the reader to take an idea from conception to commercialization.

This book has a section on protecting an idea during the development process. Contained in this section are explanations of some specific activities that should be done when a person first conceives an idea or in the initial phase of developing an idea. This section also contains an extensive discussion of legal tools used to protect ideas. Individual chapters discuss patent, copyright, trademark and trade secret protection. An appendix also contains legal materials including descriptions of various types of legal agreements one may need during the product development process.

Information is the key element needed to overcome these obstacles. With proper information, people can faithfully and diligently pursue their God-given ideas and dreams.

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