James Altucher has a great daily habit: he comes up with at least 10 ideas daily.
Good and bad.
It’s a great habit.
The quality of the ideas are not as important as the quantity.
The whole point here is to exercise your idea muscle, and start building those neural networks.
Over time your ideas will get better.
Also, the more ideas you generate, the higher your likelihood of coming up with something with real potential.
At the end of the day it is a numbers game: the more ideas you come up with, the better the chances of coming up with great ideas.
Everyday, work on coming up with at least 10 ideas.
Don’t limit yourself with how good the idea is, or how realistic or practical it is, just focus on coming up with as many ideas as possible, with a minimum of 10.
It’s good advice, one worth following.
It’s a great daily habit to develop.
Stretch your idea muscle.