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What makes an idea worth sharing?

What makes an idea worth sharing?

By Darko Savic on Oct 17, 2020

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The idea is philosophically intriguing

by Subash Chapagain on Oct 17, 2020

Darko Savic 9 days ago
Agreed. All the examples you mention still fall under the first criterium mentioned above - be useful to many people.

Incomplete ideas are OK

by Darko Savic on Oct 17, 2020

Antonio Carusillo 7 days ago
- Ideas must be flexible

In my opinion, this contains the necessary conditions that allow for an idea to be further developed by somebody else:

- the Idea is incomplete: if complete there is no need to share with someone cause the idea can work only in that way and not otherwise, rather you share the final product of such idea or ask somebody to put the idea into practice ( "hiring who possesses the know-how )
- the idea can be adapted to different contests, according to who you are sharing you with. If it is a device that allows to breath more easily it may be used both for when a person has to climb a very high mountain or when the person suffers from respiratory conditions or if the person would like to dive underwater. If you think about the concept of the " wheel" it could be used for a lot of different tools
- the idea can be shaped into a more realistic scenario. Maybe it is not possible to turn a car in a spaceship, but with the button, you can change some features of the car that allows it to endure more extreme environments
Shubhankar Kulkarni 8 days ago
How about two different points:
1. Incomplete ideas are okay
2. Ideas infeasible within the foreseeable future are pointless

Having no time to materialize it

by Shubhankar Kulkarni on Oct 20, 2020

Darko Savic 6 days ago
Keep your top 3 to work on, donate the rest to people who would appreciate them. That way you free up your schedule, focus where it matters, and help make the world a better place.

To find the right experts to materialize it

by Shubhankar Kulkarni on Oct 20, 2020

The difference between an idea and a brainstorming session

by Darko Savic on Oct 26, 2020

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