The need for an idea happens to every business person and every writer. Either you’re not connecting with the audience, you’re not getting sales or you just feel frustrated.
Something has got to give.
You can and should tell yourself that you are going to have a breakthrough. Setting the positive expectation paves the way for the result.
But you also need to remember how ideas work.
The idea you need will come. It will come from your mind. It will come from your experience, your desire, your education and playing around with prototypes in your mind.
This is the cauldron.
The idea that comes out of your mind comes as a result of what you put into it.
And it does come out of you. It doesn’t show up on your doorstep. The various delivery people do not drop them off.
It comes out of you. So the first thing you need to do is drop the frustration that you are looking for something that is hidden.
Your mind has simply not produced it yet.
So you have to keep on keeping on. You have to keep reading. You have to keep writing. You have to keep telling yourself that the solution is available.
You have to have times of rest and times when you walk around the block with a not so smart look on your face.
You have to allow your imagination to work. And the big ideas, the big breakthroughs come as a result of all that effort combined with rest and doing other things combined with time.
To feed your imagination and increase your knowledge we publish Retired Writer’s Club. That’s our secret email list that goes out every day to people who understand the way ideas come to be.