I think people like you and others who have "made it" should be apart of a new Quora, or have some sort of mentor matchmaker program.
I know you guys are busy, but I think it would be another awesome attempt to restore connection. Having an app that can look at data and populate calendar or contacts - I wireframed this out, just need a developer, but I get tired of manually entering in events, contacts and all of that, when the technology has been there for a LONG TIME.
It might seem like magic (or complete luck), but there’s actually a specific approach to coming up with good business ideas.
All wantrepreneurs want is to make money and get rich; full stop. Their logic in generating a business idea is working in the wrong direction.
This is why I feel we should have met and been best friends over tacos long ago... Matchmaker for Dogs - a way for purebreds to find each other, or doggie dates which could lead to more human interaction. Trying to figure out how to do this without having to go to med school. Home Automation Expert - I'm just really good at this, and have been since I owned a Macintosh Plus in 1987. Neurohacking - I follow Tim F, so you already know.
But how we do get someone to look at our composition and actually GIVE us a plan? Legal help for the little guy - there are so many lawyers complaining about being broke, and so many people who need help, I'm uncertain as to why they don't get together, especially startups, and Angellist just sits there in the dust. “Everybody can tell you how to do it but they never did it” - Collective Consciousness - Jay Z came up with this quote.
Reply Noah, brand new to your podcast and enjoyed this episode. I bet you she'd plan your trip to CO and it could be borderline a good use of her time for the money, and I'm sure it would greatly benefit you. I never thought about this trip even once, had no expectations, and for me that is the recipe for a trip that will possibly blow my mind, as long as it's planned well and caters to at least some of my interests.
but if it doesn't knock my socks off and it's just a great escape from our daily lives, it doesn't matter so much.
They're always looking for the most trendy business model first in hopes of becoming rich.
When their plan doesn’t work out at the end of the day, wantrepreneurs blame everything else except their half-assed business ideas or lazy action plan.