In 2004 when I got started, I’d have 100 business ideas a day.

I’d sometimes wake in the middle of the night with a new business idea and I’d have to write it on a notepad I kept next to my bed because I couldn’t go back to sleep for fear of losing the idea! If I didn’t write it down I’d lay there and think about it over and over again.

I’d record ideas in the car.

I’d be constantly writing ideas throughout the day.

I’d carry a small notepad with me everywhere I went, so I could capture another idea.

Sometimes, in the middle of a conversation, I’d have to put my finger up, say, “WAIT!”, and dig in my pocket for my notepad so I could jot down another damn idea.

It started to become a daily drain.

After about 6 months of endlessly writing down new business ideas, I finally saw a quote about the real value of business ideas.

It helped me break free from the ‘idea prison’, of which I seemed to have had a lifetime sentence, and move to the actual *important* part of business.

I can’t find the original quote I saw, those 13 years ago, but here is one that that says the same thing:

“Good ideas have no value because the world already has too many of them. The market rewards execution, not ideas.”

~Scott Adams – author of How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big.

That thought is what got me started with ACTION instead of just jotting down another “brilliant” idea.

I hear some new entrepreneurs talk about all the ideas they have.
They want to do them all and are paralyzed because they don’t know which one to start on or even worse, they want to do more that one at a time.

If this is you, get out of the idea prison today.

Pick one and start now.

Jeremy Frandsen
World Leader in Freedom Business Education

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