Discover today how it is not necessarily a bad thing to be constantly coming up with new ideas. Why jotting down all your ideas and allowing them to mature and evolve can cause them to flourish as well as the benefits of sharing ideas with others to create a new hybrid version of that very same idea.
You need to have a lot of ideas before you have a good idea. How do you sift through all your ideas to find your one great idea? It is okay to have lots of ideas that you don’t necessarily immediately execute. Keep all your ideas written down, this idea might grow and mature into something else in the future.
Sometimes you can push ideas too hard when you actually just need to let them mature and gestate, sometimes you can come back to an idea a year later and the industry has shifted now to allow your idea to flourish and become what it needed to become.
Passing ideas around can allow ideas to evolve, often creating a hybrid of the initial idea and an existing product. Sometimes you shouldn’t act on an idea, you should give it to someone else, or perhaps take someone else’s idea and go through that ideation process with it.
If you create an idea and share it with someone else, creating a joint venture with someone can allow you to leverage ideas. Similarly allowing others to share their ideas with you also allows you to share your knowledge and leverage their ideas.
“Wouldn’t it be great if we could go ‘Eurika there’s my great idea.”
“Ideation is a volume game.”
“Ideas that are not executed are useless in the same way that a bad idea, executed well is also useless.”
ABOUT THE HOST
Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”
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