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|HOW TO GET IDEAS
Sometimes the best reads come to you in simple packages that contain outstanding words.
Jack Foster’s book doesn’t take very long to consume and digest and it tastes damn good.
Now there’s an idea. A book you can eat.
Tasty delights with your cappuccino.
isn’t it true that all great things begin in ideas? Also, isn’t it true we all want to come up with
that one “big” idea that will give us distinction? That is to say, the great idea that will make us
rich, or famous, or more attractive. How do you get new ideas?
Foster quotes Robert Frost,
“The brain is a wonderful organ. It starts working the moment you get up in the
morning and does not stop until you get to the office.”
GET NEW IDEAS
So . . .you aren’t going to get new ideas if you keep doing what you’ve been doing all along.
He says forget what was done before, break all the rules, be illogical, be like a child and
believe because . . .
YOU CAN GET NEW IDEAS
You can get new ideas. When you’re not sure an answer exists, finding it can be hard. When
you know there are many answers, finding one or two is easy. You change. You can be
different. You can think differently.
The world is full of talented people who are unsuccessful. People are born wealthy but die
poor. Unrewarded genius is common. Educated minds have not stopped kingdoms from ruin.
Nothing in the world takes the place of persistence. Persistence and determination are
omnipotent. So when you get an idea . . . take it, seize it.
STAY WITH IT
To get an idea first define the problem. Then, gather the information. Next, search that
information for the idea. Take a break, forget about it. Finally, inspiration will come and when it
does -- put that idea into action.
BELIEVE IN YOU
Getting an idea depends on your belief in its existence and your belief in yourself.
This is a great primer if you're looking for ideas. I recommend you purchase it.