Executing Your Million Dollar Idea
July 15, 2014•58 min
Sometimes the most practical concepts are the most prolific.
You don't have to be a Rhode Scholar to come up with an innovative new concept. If you are like most people, you have an infinite sea of fresh and ingenious ideas swimming around your head. In fact, you just might be sitting on top of a gold mine--- if only --- you had the confidence (or the wherewithal!!) to dig into the cold hard surface and reveal it's value.
What do they got that you ain't got?
Nothing. That's what.
Ideas are a dime a dozen, but the truest innovators are the ones who step up to the plate and give it their best shot. YOUR ideas could be worth a fortune if executed properly, but are worth NOTHING locked away in a vault.
If you can conceive it, you can convey it.
The way that you perceive your most asymmetrical experiences can be the guiding factor in your very own "brainchild". Yet you must believe that no one else can fill your shoes in bringing the concept to life. If you choose to let a brilliant idea