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 021
01. Mascott. Pet friendly when you need to be
A service that partners with local animal shelters/rescues to bring adoptable pets into offices to boost morale, increase productivity and lower stress
02. All Ears. Living the heard mentality
A professional listening service staffed by compassionate, empathetic people whose sole job function is to let you talk and vent and feel heard
03. Decoro. Spend holidays celebrating, not working
A holiday decoration storage company that keeps your lights, ornaments and delicate objects off your hands, and comes over to install them for you
04. Resignote. Helping people quit things publicly and proudly
A certificate creation app where people can quit, resign from and give up the behaviors that no longer serve them, plus print out and share it an artifact for their transition
05. Dryy. Sober events that don’t suck
An app that tells you about all the cool, non alcoholic events happening in your local community
06. Tranzlaysh. Making sense through dumming down
A language translation website where you can paste scientific text from technical industry materials and dumb it down into regular language real people can use
07. Idea Fund. Bank on your brain
A credit union that accepts ideas as economic trade for monetary currency. Members submit ideas, the governing body assigns them value based on a conceptual metric system, credits their account with money, and then sells those ideas to their investors and donors, who use those ideas to improve the world
08. Sandbox. Jobs for people who hate people
A career search website and placement staffing agency for introverts, assholes and other professionals who don’t play well with others
09. Kintex. Work out, power up
A franchise of fitness centers that converts people’s cardio machine energy into clean, usable electricity.
10. Smoothlee. Dry humping never felt so good
A line of latex underwear for people seeking safe, intimate sexual activity without skin to skin contact
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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