Are you working on an invention…

and don’t know where to start?

If you’re anything like me, you have a million ideas.

Building Products Is Fun!

But building the right product can be daunting.

You know the potential is there but you’re unclear about which direction you should head.

And, if you’re anything like me, you have a million ideas.

Because you generate so many ideas, you want more than anything to build a product and bring it to market.

But how do you get to the next step?

How do you know that it is the right step?


There are two types of people in this world:
Those who generate ideas and do nothing or those who refine their idea into a workable invention.

Which one do you want to be?

Many inventors are in the exact same position as you: overwhelmed by millions of ideas swimming around in your head, unable to decide on just one, or stuck on which path to take.

What if it didn’t have to be that way?

Learn to Build With Confidence

If you’re frustrated with figuring out the next step on your project, this is a good time to learn everything you need to know to efficiently build a blueprint for product development.

During this process, I’m going to show you how to let go of decisions that can be overwhelming and embrace the excitement of building a new product without all the fear and doubt that can weigh you down.

Believe me, once you know the right path to building products, you’ll become the confident creator you’ve always dreamt of and build meaningful products customer want to buy.

I know people who wait for the planets to align before they take action. This is the moment you get to move the planets yourself to build your first product with confidence.


As I see it, you have three options:

First, you could flounder for months, frankensteining options, and prematurely show it to someone who might steal your idea.

Second, you could do absolutely nothing, stay exactly where you are right now and never bring a product to market.

Third, you could work with me and discover the potential of your idea by creating a minimum viable product (MVP) in less than a month.

Of those three options, what’s going to be easier for you?

How Would You Like to Convert Your Idea Into a Workable Invention and Build a Prototype?

Introducing: Build Your First Product Workshop

Your mission, should you choose to accept is:

Design and build an MPV and prototype so that you can confidently move forward with sourcing materials and manufacturing for your new invention.

Where are you going to be 4 weeks from now?


Imagine how relieved you’ll feel knowing that you’ve saved so much time from frankensteining half-baked ideas into building a solid MVP that sells?

Imagine how excited you’ll feel when you move from frustrating moments alone at the workbench to talking with customers about how your product solves their pain?

Imagine how energized you’ll feel when you see your prototype get produced into a real, sellable product that people want to buy?

If you’re ready to design your small empire beginning with your first product, just click the button below to apply.

I look forward to working with you!

If you work with me to refine your product,
then I’m confident you’ll save a ton of time by removing the guesswork to confidently build your empire.

A Gift to You

In the spirit of a good relationship, I’ll provide a set of documents from the USPTO to help you protect your idea -even before we get started. This will make you feel more comfortable working together.

What You’re Saying

Lisa and I collaborated on my first product together that ideally suits the right customer. I’m getting calls asking for the same style and color by new customers. The demand is exhilarating and I’m thrilled with the result. 

Luke Lukey

Restaurant Stage Manager, TakenBarstools

It’s common for people with a spark of insight to play down the real opportunity that could massively change someone else’s life.

That’s why my tagline is

“Anyone can be an inventor.”

Build Your First Product FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Do I have to be an engineer or industrial designer?

Here’s the funny thing, I don’t discount anyone’s background from becoming an inventor. I’ve got a family of scientists who are forming their ideas into a line of consumer products. Other clients include designers, manufacturers, and house building products –and they’re not engineers or industrial designers.

What if I don't have a product?

That’s okay if you don’t have a full-fledged product yet. You’re actually in a better position not having a product because ‘just having an idea‘ is a better place to start so that you can design without personal bias. Instant win!

What if I already have a product or two?

If you’re having challenges around why you can’t prototype your product or source the appropriate materials, working with Lisa at this first level might be of great value to you. There could be a number of subtle tweaks that you could make throughout this foundational program that would make your invention a solid product.

What if I'm not tech savvy?

We can’t be savvy in all areas and that’s okay. I understand that tech can be overwhelming and rest assured, I’m here to provide translations between geeks and newbies.

Meanwhile, I have compiled a list of tech resources that will benefit your business that we’ll go through step-by-step to help support you in all the areas you need to launch your product. No more, no less.

What if I have more questions about the program?

I would love to chat with you to address any concerns and questions you might have about this new beta program. Please schedule a phone call here.

Are you ready to build your first product?

If so, schedule a call with Lisa here and select Blueprint/Launch Call to get started.
And then get excited because you’re about to…
Design and build an MPV and prototype so that you can confidently move forward with sourcing materials and manufacturing for your new invention.