Idea Incubators Change the World!

What do you do with the ideas that come to your mind? Do you discard them or do you develop them? Do you dismiss them as random thoughts or pursue them to see how far they could go?

One common link between people who have had a significant impact on the world is they took simple concepts and then enhanced and expanded them. Whether in technology, law, civil rights, media, education, sports, and many other areas, world changers are idea incubators.

Idea incubators take simple ideas and then nurture, develop, enhance, and expand them into incredible realities that have a profound impact on people, communities, and nations. They don’t just conceive great ideas, they execute them!

Ideas are plentiful, but idea incubators are not. You will never maximize your potential and fulfill your purpose if you don’t learn to develop the ideas that you receive.

Don’t die with dormant ideas inside you. If you have been unsuccessful transforming your ideas into reality, why not join me at the Dream B.I.G. in 3D Live! Workshop on Saturday, April 17 in Marietta, GA? I will help you become an effective idea incubator who can have a positive influence on everyone connected to you. You’ve got nothing to lose. Click here to learn more.

I want to hear about what’s stopping you from doing your dreams. Click here for a short poll. Thanks!

Sweet dreams,
Paul Wilson, Jr.

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Dare to dream again in 2010!

Register for the Dream B.I.G in 3D Live Workshop! on April 17, 2010For more details please visit www.PaulWilsonJr.com


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Least Resistance Equals Least Opportunities

"The Road Less Travelled" by Linda Paul

The most profitable opportunities in life are usually found on the roads less traveled. In this case I’m talking about the roads of Perseverance, Patience, Persistence, Preparation, Problem-Solving, and Pioneering.

Many people coast on the road of life expending the minimal amount of effort but expecting exponential results. It’s your choice to invest a minimum effort. Just don’t expect a maximum reward for it.

Mediocrity is easy. Greatness is hard. Here’s a few examples…

  • A great marriage requires hard work. Laziness in marriage will get you left alone.
  • A successful small business requires working harder and longer than many typical jobs. It also requires taking risks that many people are unwilling to take, even when they are completely dissatisfied with their jobs.
  • A top notch student realizes the true value of education comes from reading more than what was on the professor’s syllabus. Learning doesn’t come from the test but from the process of preparing and studying for the test.
  • Professionals who are considered the best at their craft (sports, music, acting, etc.) do more than the minimum. They go beyond what amateurs do; they push themselves to get better even when their coach or teacher is not around. There is no off-season for an all-pro!
  • The best paid employees are not the ones who only do the minimum of what their boss asks and then waits for a paycheck. They ask the boss for how much more they can do that will allow them to demonstrate their competence, develop their skills, and build their reputation.

I do believe in working smarter versus working harder, but working smarter still requires time and effort to strategize ways to increase your results while reducing or streamlining your labor.

If you are satisfied with the status quo in your life, then don’t push past the boundaries of convenience and complacency. However, if you want to have an adventurous life of interest and intrigue, do what others won’t do now, so you can do what others can’t do later!

Sweet dreams,
Paul Wilson, Jr.

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Dare to dream again in 2010!

Register for the Dream B.I.G in 3D Live Experience! on April 17, 2010For more details please visit www.PaulWilsonJr.com


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Pioneer Your Own Path!


Atlanta got hit with some snow last night and this morning. Since we typically only get snow about once per year, it’s cool (no pun intended) except for the icy road conditions that cause lots of accidents. And of course lots of people send in their snow pictures and videos to the local news channels. A few that have captured my attention are the ones of lonely sets of footprints where someone has just forged a new path in the snow.

Seeing these pictures reminds me of pioneers who blaze new paths versus those who just follow what others have already done. Pioneers lead when there is no obvious path to follow. Unfortunately most people wait for others to do the hard work and then complain when it doesn’t happen in their timing or according to their preferences.

Pioneers may not reap immediate rewards, but they do get the satisfaction of knowing they at least tried something no one has done before. If you never risk anything you never know what you are ultimately capable of accomplishing. It’s better to risk and fail than to never risk at all!

You have the talents, abilities, knowledge, and skills to do something spectacular. Are you just sitting around waiting to follow someone else’s path or are you blazing a path where none exists? Good things come to those who wait. Great things come to those who pioneer paths least traveled!

What paths are you pioneering in 2010? I would love to hear from you.

Dream B.I.G.,
Paul Wilson, Jr.

Dare to dream again in 2010! www.DreamBIGin3D.com

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