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21 November 2008 @ 04:07 pm
Ideas are cheap  
Steve Pavlina wrote about his experience with Juice Feasting:
Instead of getting a boost of action, I’ve been getting a boost of creative ideas and insights. However, I really don’t need that right now. I’ve never had a shortage of ideas. I have an overabundance of great ideas already — for new articles, projects, books, etc. So getting a boost in this area is absolute overkill for me.
That's another proof, that the ideas are cheap.
I think that abundance of ideas is caused by abundance of information in general.

So, if ideas are cheap -- then what's important?
I think it's the ability to recognize good ideas, put multiple obvious ideas together, and make them work.
Actual working products matter.
That requires somebody pushing forward product implementation.
 
 
 
someoneesl on February 13th, 2009 06:31 pm (UTC)
Yeah. Plenty of great ideas are floating around. Focus is important. Ability to stay focused for a long period of time.