Inventor and entrepreneur Nolan Bushnell approaches each day like a puzzle — what will he solve today? The father of video games and the man who gave Steve Jobs his first job explains why, at 70, he still looks at the world through 14-year-old eyes.
His device for newborn babies has saved millions of lives over the past couple decades. Inventor and aviator Forrest Bird kept coming up with new ways to change the world well into his 90s.
Frank Attwood was one of those guys who seemed to have it all — he just wasn’t happy. He searched for something fulfilling and rewarding and found his answer in the greatest inventor this country has ever known.
Scot Weiss left a promising career in finance to chase an American dream — inventing a product and starting a company. But even good ideas are extremely difficult to get produced, distributed and sold.
Bill Booth is an inventor, entrepreneur, and adventurer. He’s built an amazing life around doing what he loves.
When he isn’t skydiving onto the North Pole, searching for flying dinosaurs on the top of mountains in the rain forest, or inventing something that will transform an entire industry, he’s chillin’ Bill Booth style. What’s that? Climb in.
Inventions and ideas unfortunately sometimes stay just that. But Jean Newell decided to turn her ideas into a business and changed her title to “entrepreneur.”
Jean Newell never set out to become an inventor. She simply needed a better way to carry around her stuff. So, fueled by little more than common sense and desire, Jean turned a $20,000 investment into a million-dollar company.