Ideas are free, execution is priceless.
That’s been my mantra since day one of starting my business.
It’s also the title of a book I wrote a few years back. You can download it for free here.
But here’s the problem. I’m an idea junkie. Everything I look at in the world breaks down into a collection of ideas. I have about fifty new ones every day, and sadly, I can only execute so many of them. Even if I had all the resources and all the time in the world, I still wouldn’t be able to keep up with the whirlwind of insanity that gusts through my brain.
And that’s where you come in.
I believe ideas were never meant to stay that way. And so, in this new blog series, I’m going to be publishing a sample of them on a weekly basis, in the hopes that they inspire you to (a) execute them, (b) improve them, or (c) invent something completely different.
Remember, once an idea springs into existence, it cannot be unthought.
Even if that idea is ridiculous.
Steal Scott’s Ideas, Issue 002
1. Episowhat, a curator that summarizes an entire television series in twenty minutes.
2. Spendy, a wallet with a private screen that broadcasts messages about smart spending.
3. Connectify, an app that tells you which friends you haven’t called or texted in a while.
4. Asaknot, a service for couples who want to have yoga themed weddings.
5. Pullover, a texting service that alerts neighbors to move their cars for large trucks.
6. Tranzish, a counseling service for retiring entrepreneurs who need to get real jobs.
7. Buskrs, a geolocation app that tells musicians best locations for urban busking.
8. Brain Vomit, a journaling software to help people with racing brains release their thoughts.
LET ME ASK YA THIS…
How will you turn these ideas into I-dids?
LET ME SUGGEST THIS…
Send an email to me and let me know how they turn out.
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That Guy with the Nametag
Author. Speaker. Strategist. Inventor. Filmmaker. Publisher. Songwriter.
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