An idea for an idea.

When you first come up with an idea you believe has potential, what do you do with it? Who do you share it with and how much do you tell them?

Beware of the critics who judge early. It was the head of Warner Bros in 1927 who said, “who the hell wants to hear actors talk? ”

When you discover those first thoughts, surround yourself with people who are supportive and positive. People who:
•See the possibilities,
•Constructively test your thinking,
•Help build your idea, and
•Encourage you to continue.

Your aim is to grow your idea as much as you can beyond any boundaries. Be as broad as possible in your thinking because the time for judgement will follow when you are confident the idea is as big as it can be.

Don’t be discouraged by the questions, concerns or unknowns you may have have a peek here. The thing to remember about an early idea is that no one knows what’s going to work… it’s just an idea!