What’s The Secret? Generating Ideas

Every entrepreneur stumbles upon this obstacle at some point in their journey and that’s how to generate new ideas. Whether it’s because of changes in the market, updated technology, or new ways of doing things, there’s bound to be something that triggers you to question, what you could be doing better? Running out of ideas can be frustrating, thankfully there are ways to overcome it. But how can you solve this problem? That’s the topic of today’s episode.

Today, I’m going to let you in on a secret or two, on how to generate more ideas and what to do once you have them.

“There's always something to learn from the people outside of the space you work in.”

– Tom Gaddis

In This Episode:

  • Basic ways to learn more about building courses, programs, etc
  • How to find gaps in your business by observing the current marketplace
  • Why you should look at other markets' top performers, to find new ways to crush it in yours.
  • And much more…

 

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Tom Gaddis

Tom Gaddis

Attended the School of Hard Knocks. A former restaurant manager in Oklahoma, Tom always wanted to be self-employed and free from the butt-smooching of the corporate world. He wanted success bad enough that he picked up his family, including two small children and moved to beautiful Maui, Hawaii. Starting from zero, Tom embarked on building a local marketing consulting business. And promptly fell on his face! It seems Hawaiians were lovely people, until you tried to sell them something! But he persevered and learned from his mistakes. Today he's arguably one of the most successful in his niche and expecting to grow over 100% this year alone.

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