Here you can make your story!

What is your path going to be?

  • Learn what our Inventives have accomplished after the Lab
  • See what outcomes you may have
  • Pick a path that matches you!

This is the best thing I have done in my life.
— Gordon - Lab Alumni

All combine their inherent strengths, and share them with the teams attending our programs, to create magic - plain and simple!


What kind of people join the Lab and where are they from?

We have had attendees from all over the USA and from around the world (Australia, Canada and France).

Our ages have ranged from 18 years old to people later in their careers.

We have had people from all levels of academic achievement from completing high school/GED's to advanced degrees from Harvard and MIT.

As you can see, we draw on a very diverse population, all are seeking to change their trajectories.

Can you see yourself here?

What attendees Say about the lab's environment

We have interviewed people that have attended our programs over the years and they say that most unique part of their experience was:

  • They felt understood
  • They felt heard
  • The felt welcome
  • They felt recognized

Many said they had not had a chance to feel those things in their lives, and this was a life-changing experience for them.

Would it feel good to be in an environment with these characteristics?


We think it is best if you hear it in their own words:

Learn how Rebecca found the Lab from Australia and listen to how she discovered her path.

Learn how Craig joined up with other teammates from the Lab and started a company together!


I discovered who I could become at InventiveLabs!
— Lab Alum

Your guides:

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Rick Fiery

Rick uses his decades of experience in creating and starting new businesses coupled with his desire to change the trajectory of people who are being sidelined by society to create change for people with learning differences.

Tom Bergeron

Tom brings a wealth of knowledge on new product creation, the work ethic of an IronMan competitor, and a desire to change the world to bear on InventiveLabs and those desiring to change their path.


Meet our Advisory Board:

Dr. Ned Hallowell

Dr. Janice Goldstein

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Drew Ogden

Ned is an expert in ADHD, and other learning differences, as well as a multiple NY Times best selling author. His book, "Driven to Distraction" resonated with us when we were considering the creation of the Lab. He has been a strong supporter and visitor of the Lab since its inception.

Jan is a very unique friend of the Lab - she is both a psychologist for the last 25 years and she has an MBA! She was instrumental in the Labs' creation and visits the lab on a regular basis. Her insights continue to guide us as we expand our offerings and evolve our programs..

Drew has been a close business advisor and friend for both Rick and Tom for many years. He is a lawyer that specializes in Intellectual Property Rights, licensing, and Mergers and acquisitions. He is active at multiple levels with the Lab.


AND SEE WHAT LIFE at THE THE LABS IS LIKE:


 

We accept people for their differences and celebrate those differences. For many, acceptance has not been a big part of their lives. That changes here! Here you will find their stories:

We accept people for their differences and celebrate those differences.
For many, acceptance has not been a big part of their lives. That changes here!
Here you will find their stories:

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Rebecca's Story: Unconventional Entrepreneurship

 

Bring to the table win-win survival strategies to ensure proactive domination. At the end of the day, going forward, a new normal that has evolved from generation X is on the runway heading towards a streamlined cloud solution. User generated content in real-time will have multiple touchpoints for offshoring.

Capitalize on low hanging fruit to identify a ballpark value added activity to beta test. Override the digital divide with additional clickthroughs from DevOps. Nanotechnology immersion along the information highway will close the loop on focusing solely on the bottom line.