Then mid-way through I realized these were just cool things to develop, and didn’t really solve any problems. So, instead I switched to writing down 5 problems a day and 5 areas/investments that I think are going to be big in the future.
Now I’ve decided to write down 5 ideas, 5 problems and 5 opportunities daily (5 by 5 by 5), on Medium. What’s the use in keeping them to myself with no criticism? So, here we go!
- Integration with personal banking that emails/texts you a digest of what you bought over your 2 day bender.
- Curated validation — a place where professionals or VCs give you worthwhile feedback on your idea before you build
- Vouch4me — respected/credible professionals give Teenagers a reference on the site so others know the Teen is at least somewhat credible. Link to Twitter accounts.
- AirBnB for pools
- Tinder for Yu-Gi-Oh
- Teenage Entrepreneurs reading Medium and thinking they know everything about business. (Disclaimer: this is not a shot at anyone over at YS ❤)
- Creating laser focused content
- Teenagers consuming more than they create
- Millennials are numb to traditional marketing
- Young devs don’t always solve problems; they just build something that’s fun and expect money.
- Basic security in Startups
- Shorting Twitter
- Innovating how Startups launch
- Innovating monetization models
- Hardware > software in the future.