It may not feel like it at times, but good ideas are a dime a dozen.
The average human being produces and processes tens of thousands of thoughts per day, but what keeps many of them from becoming GREAT ideas- the very type that could change a life or an aspect of someone’s world- is putting in them through a process of clarification and ultimately, production.
The author and syndicated cartoonist Ashleigh Brilliant hits the nail on the head, saying, “Good ideas are common – what’s uncommon are people who’ll work hard enough to bring them about.”
Ideas tend to begin with a vital spark; an initial belief nourished through a nudge from something inside us, a voice that tells us, “this may be it.”
Sometimes that voice whispers; sometimes, it wails.
What we do with that idea next determines its utility. Contemplating is never enough.