Introducing, “Obsoluchus,” a crowd funding platform that helps brings discontinued products back to the marketplace
Living in the past, today
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 011
01. Correctulum. Curated college education without the debt.
An online learning platform that creates customized curriculums based the best online classes, videos, documentaries and other internet based resources.
02. Carrying On. Saying goodbye to lives never lived.
A funeral service for parents who miscarry, but want to grieve their loss through ceremony and say goodbye to their lost children with those they love.
03. Pebble. Find out what’s tripping up your team.
A town hall based software program that helps company executives figure out what their employee problems are, and what steps they can take to solve them.
04. Allotment. Snacks for people without willpower.
A portion controlled trail mix dispenser that helps humans avoid over eating too much in one sitting.
05. Obsoluchus. Living in the past, today.
A crows funding platform that helps brings discontinued products back to the marketplace for sixty days at a time.
06. Skiffler. Creating more money than month.
An event planning and invitation service that helps low income people to throw rent parties by partnering with local musicians to play concerts and raise funds for monthly nuts.
07. Dreamie. Managing your active night life.
A daily dream journal that helps people activate, remember, catalog and search for patterns over time in their dream lives.
08. Guiltyness. Stop smiling in secret.
A support group for people who feel guilty about being happy, but can’t share those feelings with all the miserable bastards in their lives.
09. Magic Line. Losing wait through wands.
A placement service that provides magicians for companies whose customers hate standing in long lines.
10. Secondiary. Pry no more.
A decoy diary that kids can keep in conspicuous locations to deceive parents and other nosy family members.
LET ME ASK YA THIS…
How will you turn these ideas into I-dids?
LET ME SUGGEST THIS…
For the list called, “49 Ways to become an Idea Powerhouse,” send an email to me, and you win the list for free!
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That Guy with the Nametag
Author. Speaker. Strategist. Inventor. Filmmaker. Publisher. Songwriter.
Never the same speech twice. Customized for your audience. Impossible to walk away uninspired.
Now booking for 2015–2016.
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