It is stupid to share an idea!
“Sharing an idea with someone you do not know who is, or what is going to do with the idea is pure stupidity”!
This is an answer I got from a person I asked to look at Ideas-Shared for me.
I personally find this a very narrow view because sharing an idea is not the same as sharing an idea; what information you provide, how much you say, etc. is important.
You are in control how much you say, the art is saying enough to create interest. People need to contact you for more information, and it is up to you how you deliver that information. One way would be to have the person you are talking to sign terms like “confitality agreement”.
This person falls into the trap of believing that all ideas are put forward to get personal benefits and that all ideas are business secrets. Sharing ideas on Ideas-Shared is about more than that. We are not committed to one type of idea, because ideas are all kinds. An idea can be given, simply put forward so that it becomes a reality without any obligation.
But let’s say I have invented a car that runs on water, but I need help to develop it better or financing the idea to bring it to the market.
Do I share that idea on IS? Is it pure stupidiy?
I do not think so.
I think that’s a great idea. The number of people who know that I have invented a engine that runs on water is multiplying and that increases the chances that I will get what I want from sharing the idea.
How I share the idea and how much information I provide is they key not that it is “stupid” to share an idea.
Co – founder of www.Ideas-shared.com
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