If you're an entrepreneur...
or you want to be... you probably spend lots of time
trying to think up new ideas for how to make money, right?
Personally, I do it all the time!
There's nothing wrong with that. After all, if you're serious about finding
ways to make money, it's mandatory!
But there's just one problem: The only ideas that I can come
up with on my own are limited by my personal experience and imagination. In
other words, your brain can only generate money-making ideas
based on concepts that you already know.
Of course it's possible to get a flash of insight and invent something totally
new and fresh, but that's not very reliable... or efficient. That's why I like
to get access to as many external ideas as possible, and use other people's
Because in the vast universe of untapped business opportunities and unexplored
possibilities, the handful of ideas on how to make money that any one
person can think of is really rather pitiful.
And until you extend your reach... and tap into the ideas and brainpower of
others, you're going to spend most of your entrepreneurial life "stewing in
your own juices," as my father used to say.
Have I got your interest?