Ideas are what changes the world, and for generating a great idea you need to be creative, you need to abandon traditional ways of looking into things, make strange familiar and familiarly strange.
Ideas are like slippery fish. They seem to have a peculiar knack for getting away from us. Because of this, the creative person always has a pad and a pencil handy. When he gets an idea, he writes it down. He knows that many people have found their whole lives changed by a single great thought. By capturing ideas immediately, he doesn’t risk forgetting them. – Earl Nightingale
“An idea is not necessarily good because it is old, or necessarily bad because it is new, but if an old idea works, then the weight of the evidence is all in its favor. Ideas are of themselves extraordinarily valuable, but an idea is just an idea. Almost anyone can think up an idea. The thing that counts is developing it into a practical product.” Henry Ford
Think Big, think rich, think forwards, believe in yourself, and always have your next ideas ready to turn into ventures for the future, be adaptable with your ideas, examine your ideas out of the box, and do not put rose-colored glasses on them, really get into their bare bones. Linda Corby