You don't always need to "invent" something new to be successful. Sometimes, just improving on an idea that's already successful is all it takes for YOU to be successful. I really enjoyed reading Daniel Newman's (Co-founder and CEO of EC3) blog "From Idea to IPO: Where Do Ideas Come From? published by The Huffington Post.
Once you have that idea in your head and are ready to make it successful and profitable, let me help you with my IMPACT process, where you follow a step by step approach to implementing those terrific ideas.
Are you interested in starting your own business and not exactly sure what kind of business or where to start? I recently came across this website – Business Opportunities Weblog – started by Dane Carlson, which lists literally hundreds of business opportunities, tips on how to start various types of businesses & more. To learn more about it, click the link below.
Maybe I will, and maybe I won't.
Maybe I do, and maybe I don't.
If I'm to take action, I'll have to decide;
Commit to a choice to which I must abide.
~ Sylvia Henderson
So I shouldn't quit my day job and become a poet laureate?
I introduce to you, "may". It's an interesting word in the context of ideas.
I did some research and found out the following trivia about the word may.
Stuck in an idea rut? Love the tips given in this article by Lola Rasminsky of theglobeandmail.com to get your creative juices flowing. These tips will help expand the ideas in your head. Read and enjoy!
No matter how ridiculous you (or your friends/family) think your idea might be, read this article and see what “ridiculous” ideas eventually became SUPER successful. Don't discount your ideas. Get them out of your head and into the world!
TED Conversations offers an online venue to connect with others around the globe to discuss ideas, issues & thoughts as well as ask questions regarding ANY subject. In order to be a part of TED Conversations, you have to be a member, but sign-up is free! There are featured conversations as well as live, scheduled conversations. You can also start your own conversation. You can sort through the many conversations by category or view a list of all topics.
You have great ideas and good intentions. You've been busy being busy, yet are you seeing progress with bringing your ideas to reality? Do you have a PROCESS you can apply to your ideas that ensures you take focused action for profitable implementation? Apply a collaborative discovery and accountability process to your ideas to get clear about, create (or renew) your strategy for, implement, and be accountable to your ideas whether they are business-related, organization-influenced, or personal.
Make your IMPACT(c) … one idea at a time!
Here's my Idea Discovery for today to help you do just that.
I really enjoyed this article pertaining to ideas and entrepreneurship – “The 12 Things That Successfully Convert a Great Idea Into a Reality” by Glenn Llopis, contributor at Forbes.com. When it comes to turning your ideas into reality, so much of it is attitude as you’ll read here. I hope you all enjoy it and share it as well.
“March Madness” is the period of the annual NCAA college basketball tournament, with the majority of the competition set in March. Fans and followers use a visual chart as a decision tool to track team plays and statistics throughout the tournament. The tool identifies team pairings as brackets that show who plays whom at each stage of tournament progress. Such an organized chart is effective as a visual tool for keeping track of the details involved in deciding on which teams to focus as the winners of each round of play winnow down to the final championship team.
One of the most difficult aspects of putting our ideas into action is the time it takes to research tools available to us, and the overwhelming access to tools we can use. If we're technology immigrants rather than technology natives, then implementing our ideas using technology is overwhelming in and of itself.
You are more certain to succeed with implementing your ideas when you develop a strategy for doing so. One way to determine your implementation strategy is to work backwards.
Determine your end result – what does your world look like when your idea is fully implemented? Then work backwards, identifying milestones along the way that must be in place in order for the next milestone to take place.