An original product that made one man rich
This product is simply amazing.
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Next take a look at the video and watch the demo.
Listen carefully to the words he uses in his presentation. He reminds me a lot of Steve Jobs, that other entrepreneur who invented the iPhone.
Then read the story and enjoy.
For more than 20 years, Jim has created new products to help others achieve their goals.
He was one of the first programmer when the Internet all started to come alive.
He became a successful entrepreneur when he joined LeapFrog Enterprises.
If you have a child like I do, you know that Leapfrog sells interactive books for children to learn how to read and write with an electronic pen. Go try them at your local toy store.
Jim helped propel the company from $31 million to $680 million annual sales in five years.
As the inventor of the LeapFrog FLY Pentop computer and creator of the globally renowned LeapPad Learning System, Jim sold over $1 billion dollars of LeapPads and educational content worldwide.
He also co-founded Explore Technologies (acquired by LeapFrog), StrataCom (acquired by Cisco), and now has founded Livescribe.
Jim has education.
In fact, he holds both a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in electrical engineering and computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 2004, he was recognized by the American Diabetes Association and Father’s Day Council of San Francisco as “Father of the Year.”
Jim invented the Fly pen. It's an ideal tool for teaching the 8- to 14-year-old tween market everything from algebra to Spanish.
It's so impressive that Disney, Upper Deck, and Warner Bros. have already signed on to develop games for the device.
Now he's done it again with the livescribe pen.
Did you notice Jim's voice when he presented his new baby, the livescribe pen?
It's perfectly modulated, precisely inflected, with no discernible accent. Every syllable is cleanly enunciated. It almost sounds digital. He's had practise.
Also did you notice the use of the words, "come by and stop by our stand." Very suggestive, don't you think?
The Livescribe pen is perfect for your kids, high school and university students. How about journalists who want to capture every word Obama says at his press conferences.
Did you also notice the added supplies you need to buy such as notepads and memory?
Lessons to remember:
1-Test your product. 2-Make it practical and useful. 3-Make your customers come back for more supplies. 4-Practise your sales presentation.
Ah the sweet sounds of Ka Ka-ching!
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