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I’ve got the best idea [Pending]

One of our most common things, our thoughts, our ideas!

Let’s separate this process into phases and name them accordingly.

Phase 1: “I’ve got the best idea and I don’t trust anyone to share it with”
Phase 2: “I’ve got the best idea and I would like to share it only with the ones that I think that I could trust”
Phase 3: “I’ve got the best idea and I would like to ask if it’s possible to ask for free feedback from you”
Phase 4: “I’ve got an idea that I would like to discuss with you”
Phase 5: “I need to start writing down what my idea is”
Phase 6: “I’ve started writing down about my idea and what my next steps would be”
Phase 7: “Does my idea actually solves a problem? What do people think?”
Phase 8: “Does my solution provide actual help to other people who have the same problem?”
Phase 9: “What should I do in order to help other people make their life easier?”
Phase 10: “Am I able to do that alone or should I seek help from other people or from a team?”
Phase 11: “Do I have the funds to do this idea?”
Phase 12: “Should I start implementing my idea or what should I do?”
Phase 13: “Am I ready to be a business owner and start working when I open my eyes till I close my eyes?”
Phase 14: “Is this something that I could actually do and afford?”
Phase 15: “Is this worth doing all that?”
Phase 16: “Let’s start. Who do I ask to participate in this project and how this person be paid?” – I hope that you’ll not reach this level and still think that other people could work with you for free or at least, without a benefit that it would and it should be something different than the “you’ll have the opportunity to work with me”. I can’t think of a person who actually made something by asking other people to work for free. Of course, there are exceptions but you’re not one if you’re reading this?! 😀

So, let’s examine the sentences and realize what “the best idea” means.

Let’s start with “I’ve got…” – You are right! You’ve got something. Something that could be great, but it’s still your something. Your idea. It is solving a problem that’s in your head, not mine. So again, “You’ve got” it’s not “We’ve got” and it’s not “The world got”. It’s your mindset, your perspective, your potential solution for a problem.

Helpful quotes:
“Ideas are easy. Implementation is hard”
“The value of an idea lies in the using of it.”
“Ideas are commodities. Execution of them is not.”
“Nothing’s for free.”
“Make a ‘strategic’ plan which would be called ‘Actually doing things’.
“Make mistakes faster”
“Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.”
“There’s Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Weixin, TikTok, QQ, Douyin, Sina Weibo, Kuaishou, Reddit, and they’re all Social Media Sites.”
“Your reputation is more important than your paycheck, and your integrity is worth more than your career.”
“Don’t worry about failure; you only have to be right once.”
“Chase the vision, not the money, the money will end up following you.”
“Always look for the fool in the deal. If you don’t find one, it’s you.”
“An entrepreneur is someone who has a vision for something and a want to create.”
“The best startups generally come from somebody needing to scratch an itch.”
“Every day that we spent not improving our products was a wasted day.”
“Stay self-funded as long as possible.”
“Timing, perseverance, and ten years of trying will eventually make you look like an overnight success.”
“When I’m old and dying, I plan to look back on my life and say ‘wow, that was an adventure,’ not ‘wow, I sure felt safe.”
“Turn a perceived risk into an asset.”
“You can’t make anything viral, but you can make something good.”
“You don’t need to have a 100-person company to develop that idea.”
“Before dreaming about the future or making plans, you need to articulate what you already have going for you – as entrepreneurs do.”
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