Idea Generation: Want to ideate? Solve a problem.

November 2, 2020

Are you looking to develop your next big idea?

This month we’ll be sharing idea generation resources to help you have more of those lightbulb moments. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, for updates.

These resources will include articles you can read, videos for you to watch, podcasts you can listen to, and activities you can do to get your creativity flowing.

Whether you’re looking to kick start a business, start your freelance career, or solve a global issue, these resources will help you generate ideas.

As Brian Chesky, Co-founder of AirBnB, said:

“If we tried to think of a good idea, we wouldn’t have been able to think of a good idea. You just have to find the solution for a problem in your own life.”

This quote is a fantastic starting point if you’re looking to generate your next big idea. First ask yourself, “what problem am I trying to solve?”.

All great businesses solve problems for their customers.

Uber’s ride-sharing service reduced the cost of taxis for their customers.

Netflix made trips to the video store and late fees a thing of the past.

Glassdoor’s crowdsourced database of salary reports and company reviews made it easier for people to make decisions about future career moves.

These are just a few large companies that solved problems for their customers.

We also have some fantastic examples of this within our community of entrepreneurs at Bright Red Triangle. Healthy MoJo and The Lil’ Pops are just two examples of BRT Businesses that solve problems that the founders themselves experienced. You can find out more about the Healthy MoJo story here, and The Lil’ Pops story here.

If you would like support to develop your next entrepreneurial idea, we can help. Find out more about how we can help you here or get in touch with us today.

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