If you have a lot of ideas and can’t seem to figure out which one to pursue, don’t worry – it’s a common problem.
I was chatting to a small business owner today who has a few different ideas for where they want to take their business.
Their main business is well established and going well.
They want to add new elements into the mix to complement that business and build some credibility.
They also want to expand into a new direction they’re passionate about.
They’re also thinking about creating some training programs.
They also want to…
After a bit of digging, I found out the core reason for why they want to do all these seemingly different things.
It turns out they all stem from the same desire and all lead to the same outcome.
Sometimes it takes an outside perspective to get some clarity.
Here are some tips to help you get started if you’re stuck:
What do you really want to do?
First off, think about what you really want to achieve and what’s important to you.
This will help you evaluate your ideas based on your own personal goals and values.
What’s the impact?
Next, consider the potential impact of each idea.
Which one do you think could make the most difference?
Is there one that really speaks to you or your audience?
Is it feasible?
Finally, think about the feasibility of each idea.
Which one do you have the resources, skills, and time to make happen?
Remember, it’s not about finding the ‘perfect’ idea, but the one that fits best with your values and has the potential to make a positive impact.
So don’t be afraid to make a decision and bring your ideas to life!