It All Starts with an Idea

By | October 18, 2010

For the better part of the last two years or so I have relied upon other people to make money for me. For example, I had to ensure that Google preserved my rankings or I would lose money, I had to ensure the affiliates did not pull their offers or I would lose money, and I had to ensure my outsourced workers kept working. What I have realized now is that for me to be at the level that I want to be at, I can no longer simply leech off of others, but rather I need to create for myself. I decided that I did not want to rely on Google any longer, I wanted to be Google. I did not want to push someone elses affiliate offer, I wanted to create an offer to be pushed. So about a week ago I got out my white board and began to write down things that interested me, and sort of mind mapped myself in order to come up with ideas for websites or businesses. Using this method I came up with a single idea, but through regular daily life I came up with another.

So here I am currently writing this little blog post about these two ideas that I have for websites/businesses. For very obvious reasons I am not going to simply divulge the ideas as they are not yet patented, and who knows Mark Zuckerberg might be reading this blog 🙂 But I have begun the process of turning them into a reality. One of the ideas will be a very large scale project so seed funding from either an angel or VC will be required if I am going to be able to get the business off the ground. Luckily my local chamber of commerce is able to put prospective entrepreneurs in touch with investors in order to help turn simple ideas into big business.

At the moment I have no plans of revealing the ideas within the next few weeks or months, but certainly once patents have been approved, and the business is in motion I will begin to discuss more about it.

Thats all for today, I wanted to get myself into blogger form so hopefully I will write more on this blog in the near future.

Thanks for reading.

-PJF

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