DON'T Lose The Momentum

by Daniel Molano 4 replies
Hello my fellow warriors,

I just had an insight that many of you might be able to relate with.

Have you ever had an amazing idea on how to monetize a particular niche or any amazing idea for that matter? You had done the research and it was quite viable, but you never got around to actually do it?

This has happened to me several times, ideas that even today might be quite succesful, but since I never actually cared to implement them, it never happened.

So I started to think about this and I came up with my own answer.

When you have the idea, you are really excited about it, it is interesting, it is innovative and you are positive it will work because you have done the research and what not. But then you start giving yourself excuses, MAINLY procrastination excuses, and as time goes on you lose the momentum.

Today I still recall 2-3 ideas that at the time I thought "Man that's going to be a killer!" but now they just seem boring, or I am just not as excited about them anymore, EVEN if they could be remarkably succesful. So I will probably never make them happen.

My advice is DON'T lose the momentum, if you get an amazing idea and it has a lot of potential, START WORKING ON IT IMMEDIATELY.

You might even come around to working on such ideas later on, but you will never be as passionate as you were when you actually thought of "it". So keep that passion running by working on it immediately, it will improve whatever it is that you are doing.

Best of luck,

Daniel Molano
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  • Profile picture of the author Neil Morgan
    Mm, sometimes the momentum draining away means that the little voice in your head is trying to tell you that the idea isn't as good as you think it it.

    My experience anyway.

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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Molano
      Originally Posted by Neil Morgan View Post

      Mm, sometimes the momentum draining away means that the little voice in your head is trying to tell you that the idea isn't as good as you think it it.

      My experience anyway.

      Cheers,

      Neil
      I get that a lot Neil, it is quite possible.

      On the other hand, it could also be one of those excuses you are giving yourself for not actually doing it.

      The 2-3 ideas I refered to in my post I am still positivie today that they would be very succesful, but now that the passion and momentum is gone I will probably never get around to implementing them.
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      • Profile picture of the author David Raybould
        Hi Daniel,

        Interesting post.

        I used to suffer a lot from the procrastination thing, and a kind of overload of ideas, working on so many projects that nothing gets done etc, but I've found it's easy to make those things go away by outsourcing.

        I've found that usually once I have an idea etc, I can get the whole thing completed and implemented by outsourcers while I'm still at the point of being super interested and obsessed with it.

        This works great for me, means I get more done, and I make more money, and very rarely do I have to wonder about an idea that doesn't get implemented.

        Just my 2 pennies, hope someone finds it useful...

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        • Profile picture of the author Daniel Molano
          Originally Posted by the_writer View Post

          Hi Daniel,

          Interesting post.

          I used to suffer a lot from the procrastination thing, and a kind of overload of ideas, working on so many projects that nothing gets done etc, but I've found it's easy to make those things go away by outsourcing.

          I've found that usually once I have an idea etc, I can get the whole thing completed and implemented by outsourcers while I'm still at the point of being super interested and obsessed with it.

          This works great for me, means I get more done, and I make more money, and very rarely do I have to wonder about an idea that doesn't get implemented.

          Just my 2 pennies, hope someone finds it useful...

          David
          Hey David,

          I will keep that in mind, because that is also one of the problems, the fact that there is too much going on to get it all done. I've been outsourcing a lot of things but I still have trouble going on with more than one project at the same time.

          Daniel
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