At the beginning of May I started writing down 10 ideas a day before realizing halfway through the month that they were just ideas, not solutions. From there I started to write down 5 problems and 5 opportunities for the future.
Now I post 5 ideas, 5 problems and 5 opportunities daily because what’s the use in keeping them to myself with no criticism?
- Series of articles focusing on the future — new markets, jobs, technology, problems and opportunity.
- Series of articles focusing on bootstrapping a product. Something that brings innovation to the “Build and MVP in a month” model.
- Desk with a built in, cooled drink/bottle holder.
- Curated freelancing leads- talk with potential clients so that they get the best quality freelancer.
- Innovate how businesses hire people.
- The startup bubble is just that- startups. Few founders have the vision to run a business that will be there in 10 or even 5 years time.
- How the web currently runs- compatibility, JS frameworks, responsive layout, work arounds for browsers that have JS disabled should all be problems we don’t have.
- Building a product that has a fucking market.
- Social media is becoming outdated for marketing with a low budget.
- Skills vs Opportunities (more from John Saddington’s post)
- Disrupting Agriculture with new technology- automated seed planting, cheap solutions to monitoring key metrics in growth for plants/food, predictive season mapping (cold snaps, heat waves etc.)
- Disrupting Shopping Centers- AR guides, interactive advertisements, information about all products in stores found in an app, Uber for grocery shopping.
- Electrical engineers will be the next software developers.
- Teaching people how to create products with code instead of just teaching them to code. Being able to just “code” won’t be special in the future.
- Resume help for students graduating in IT.