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Deliver Outcomes

Ideas-Shared is all about delivering tangible results that benefit yourself personally, other people, organisations, and society as a whole. Desired outcomes draw people and organisations to help you, and they cover almost any need.

Here are just some of the potential outcomes that can be achieved on Ideas-Shared:

  • Alert: Notifying or making someone aware of a particular situation or issue.
  • Automate: Introducing or implementing automated processes to streamline tasks or operations.
  • Build: Creating or constructing something tangible, such as a structure or product.
  • Campaign: Organising and executing a coordinated effort to achieve a specific goal or promote a cause.
  • Challenge: Presenting a difficulty or problem to overcome, often stimulating innovation or problem-solving.
  • Change: Implementing alterations or modifications to existing conditions, behaviors, or processes.
  • Complain: Expressing dissatisfaction or grievances about a particular matter or situation.
  • Contemplate: Pondering or deeply considering an idea, concept, or course of action.
  • Create: Generating something new, whether it be an idea, artwork, or invention.
  • Debate: Engaging in a structured argument or discussion to present and defend opposing viewpoints.
  • Decide: Making a choice or reaching a conclusion after careful consideration or deliberation.
  • Develop: Advancing or enhancing something through gradual progress or refinement.
  • Digitise: Converting analog information or processes into digital form.
  • Discuss: Engaging in conversation or dialogue about a particular topic or issue.
  • Educate: Providing information or instruction to impart knowledge or develop skills.
  • Engage: Actively involving oneself or others in a particular activity or endeavor.
  • Evaluate: Assessing or appraising the value, importance, or effectiveness of something.
  • Experience: Undergoing or encountering a particular event or situation firsthand.
  • Explain: Clarifying or elucidating information or concepts to make them understandable.
  • Expose: Revealing or bringing to light previously unknown or hidden information.
  • Find: Discovering or locating something previously unknown or lost.
  • Fix: Repairing or resolving a problem or issue to restore functionality or correctness.
  • Fund: Providing financial resources or support for a particular purpose or endeavor.
  • Get Feedback: Soliciting or receiving input or opinions from others for improvement or validation.
  • Get Redress: Seeking compensation or resolution for grievances or injustices.
  • Help: Assisting or supporting others in need of aid or assistance.
  • Hold to Account: Ensuring that individuals or entities are responsible or answerable for their actions or decisions.
  • Improve: Enhancing or making something better in quality, value, or effectiveness.
  • Influence: Affecting or shaping the opinions, behaviors, or decisions of others.
  • Inform: Providing knowledge or information to educate or update others.
  • Innovate: Introducing new ideas, methods, or technologies to improve or revolutionise existing processes or products.
  • Invent: Creating or devising a new product, process, or solution that did not previously exist.
  • Investigate: Systematically examining or researching a particular topic or issue to uncover facts or evidence.
  • Learn: Acquiring knowledge or skills through study, experience, or instruction.
  • Make: Producing or creating something tangible or intangible.
  • Manage: Organising, directing, or controlling resources or activities to achieve specific objectives.
  • Network: Establishing and maintaining connections or relationships with others for mutual benefit or support.
  • Organise: Structuring or arranging elements or activities in a systematic or orderly manner.
  • Overcome: Successfully surmounting obstacles, challenges, or difficulties.
  • Plan: Strategising or arranging actions or steps to achieve a specific purpose or goal.
  • Present: Displaying or showcasing information, ideas, or products to an audience.
  • Promote: Advocating or supporting the advancement or popularity of something.
  • Prompt Reaction: Inciting or eliciting an immediate response or action.
  • Propose: Suggesting or putting forward an idea, plan, or solution for consideration.
  • Prove: Demonstrating or verifying the truth or validity of something through evidence or argument.
  • Recommend: Providing advice or suggesting a course of action based on expertise or experience.
  • Reflect: Contemplating or thinking deeply about past experiences, actions, or decisions.
  • Remember: Recalling or retaining information, experiences, or events from the past.
  • Repair: Restoring or fixing something that is damaged or broken.
  • Repurpose: Adapting or reusing something for a different purpose or function.
  • Research: Conducting systematic investigation or study to discover new information or insights.
  • Sell: Exchanging goods or services for money or other forms of compensation.
  • Share: Distributing or disseminating information, resources, or experiences with others.
  • Showcase: Displaying or presenting something in a way that highlights its features or qualities.
  • Simplify: Streamlining or making something easier to understand or use.
  • Solve: Finding a solution or resolution to a problem or issue.
  • Stop: Ceasing or halting a particular activity or behavior.
  • Suggest: Offering or proposing an idea, solution, or course of action for consideration.
  • Support: Providing assistance, encouragement, or backing to someone or something.
  • Teach: Instructing or imparting knowledge or skills to others.
  • Test: Evaluating or assessing the performance or reliability of something through experimentation or examination.
  • Understand: Grasping or comprehending the meaning or significance of something.
  • Vent Anger: Expressing or releasing feelings of anger or frustration.
  • Vent Frustration: Expressing or releasing feelings of frustration or annoyance.
  • Warn: Advising or cautioning someone about a potential danger or problem.

What would you like to achieve?