Good idea! now what?

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Warner Books , New York, NY
Marketing -- Management, New products -- Marketing, Success in bus
StatementHoward Bronson.
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LC ClassificationsHF5415.13 .B73 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination118 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2215128M
ISBN 100446390941
LC Control Number89038251
OCLC/WorldCa20220024

"Good Idea, Now What," was written by a practitioner, someone who has experienced success in the trenches of every day life. To achieve success is a daily battle. This book will be a source that you can constantly refer to as you pursue your ideas and execute your plan/5(31).

"Good Idea, Now What," was written by a practitioner, someone who has experienced success in the trenches of every day life. To achieve success is a daily battle. This book will be a source that you can constantly refer to as you pursue your ideas and execute your plan/5(30).

In Good Idea. Now What. readers will discover some of the essential values and principles that guide successful idea-makers, including the leveraging of mixed environments for creativity, working Proven pathways for taking ideas to implementation We all have ideas--things we want to do or create--but only some of us will do what it takes to see those ideas come to /5.

In Good Idea. Now Good idea! now what? book. readers will discover some of the essential values and principles that guide successful idea-makers, including the leveraging of mixed environments for creativity, working through resistance and setbacks, developing a practical plan for implementation that works, navigating collaborative opportunities, and communicating your idea to make it truly Brand: Wiley.

Here’s a quick update about my book Good Idea. Now What?: It appears that everything is on schedule for Good idea! now what? book book release on Febru (Yes, Valentine’s Day I’m sure there a joke in here somewhere.). The book will come out in hardback as well as on multiple eBook platforms (e.g., Kindle, Google Book, iBook, Nook, etc.).

Now What?. It’s a practical guide designed to help people implement their ideas better.

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It’s a practical guide designed to help people implement their ideas better. Divided into bite-sized chapters for busy entrepreneurs, Good Idea. Oh, so you’ve got an idea for a book.

sion to be an absolute tool about it. By having an idea for a book, you’ve now joined the. A good book idea doesn’t just come from a moment of inspiration.

It might begin like that, but you also have to do the hard work to process, develop, and hone that idea. These ten ideas below will help you take the ideas you already have and develop them into a solid plan for your book.

But you hesitate.

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Is your book idea good enough to withstand the trials of publishing. If you have put a great deal of heart and more than one long night into your book—if you have passion for what you are writing—it’s worth crossing your fingers and sending it out to someone who can help you publish.

83 Responses to “How to get from an idea to a book”. EricLaw Janu at pm. Permalink. I’m surprised you *ended* with discussion of self-publishing rather than opening with it. It’s easier than it’s ever been, and if you’re willing to be a Kindle-exclusive, you can get pretty well-paid even if your book isn’t “purchased” by anyone (Amazon Prime holders.

Good Idea. Now What. likes. A new book by Charles Lee on idea-making with Wiley Publishing. ()Followers:   After the log book is initialized, starting on page one describe your idea and how you though of it. From this point on you want to log your progress on your idea development.

The notebooks will be invaluable if you need to contest when you came up with your idea against another inventor. A Good Idea was a decent book. I enjoyed it from beginning to end but it didn't blow me away.

I enjoyed it from beginning to end but it didn't blow me away. The beginning was, which is odd for me, better than the end/5. A good idea is a valuable asset, and a lot of good ideas can be like a treasure trove. But what do you do with those ideas.

Here, Esther Derby describes an idea maker who isn't very good at following through and then suggests four important things to remember to keep your own ideas from withering on the vine. We talked with Charles Lee, founder of Ideation and The Ideation Conference about executing ideas.

In this interview Charles share some insights from his new book, "Good Idea. Now What: How to. The new IDEA store is now online. Buy books and bags and shirts and mags. Visit real world IDEA now at Dover Street Market London, New York and Comme des Garçons Paris.

Follow IDEA on Instagram at @ Six amaze books a day and all are for sale. Email if you [email protected]   Yet, idea execution has always been the key to starting a successful business.

If you are fortunate to have found that killer idea, these are a few things you can do. Validate your idea. Good Idea. Now What. gives you the tools you need to make your inspiration a reality. This accessible go-to guide features practical advice from leading idea-makers that will help you get your vision off the ground.

In Good Idea. Now What. readers will discover some of the essential values and principles that guide successful idea-makers, including the leveraging of mixed environments for creativity, working through resistance and setbacks, developing a practical plan for implementation that works, navigating collaborative opportunities, and communicating Brand: Wiley.

Book Ideas From Conducting Research. Choose a Topic You Know Nothing About and Challenge Yourself to Write 1, Words About It. A good test for any writer is to see how well they can write on a topic about which they know absolutely nothing.

In Good Idea. Now What. listeners will discover some of the essential values and principles that guide successful idea-makers, including the leveraging of mixed environments for creativity, working through resistance and setbacks, developing a practical plan for implementation that works, navigating collaborative opportunities, and.

Good Idea. NowWhat. offers systematic advice for moving your ideas toexecution. It will show you: The fundamental elements of a good idea Tangible pathways to follow after initial inspiration The importance of branding and its impact on ideas Practical advice for developing a loyal tribe of supporters whowill take your idea to a whole new level It's not enough to be inspired.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint. Originally published: Mashpee, Mass.: Bestsell Publications, © Description. Writing a short story is a good way to test out a book idea. Many famous works of literature started out as short stories that authors used as process work.

Many famous works of literature started out as short stories that authors used as process work. Now that you’ve decided how to begin, there are a few essential elements of fiction that every writer needs to know how to handle: Plot Most plots follow the formula of inciting incident, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution.

Good Idea. Now What. How to Move Ideas to Execution (Book): Lee, Charles: "Proven pathways for taking ideas to implementation. We all have ideas--things we want to do or create--but only some of us will do what it takes to see those ideas come to pass.

In Good Idea. Now What. readers will discover some of the essential values and principles that guide successful idea.

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Each and every word in your book should be easily understood by readers. No sophisticated words needed. Mostly plain language would do the trick. However, the language should be rich at the same time so sometimes it is a good idea to use the words kids don’t know (that’s where parents have to step in).

Principle 3: Keep it short. Don’t. The short story and the novel differ in many ways, but the most important consideration is the time commitment involved. While it's relatively uncommon for a writer to work consistently on a short story for years, the average novel takes years to complete.

If you're going to commit that much of your life to a project, you want to be sure your novel idea is a good. To find good story ideas in your genre, run your ideas past a writing group or a single trusted confidant.

An outside perspective will help you see what potential readers like most about your idea. Although members on Now Novel sometimes ask whether others in critique groups will steal their ideas, the truth is that good book ideas are seldom.

We’ll talk a little more about that shortly but first, ask yourself. Is your book idea any good. Be sure your idea is strong enough to carry you to publication before you start writing.

There are techniques for (a) figuring out if your idea is strong enough and (b) adding sparkle to. Compose an introduction of your book idea that fills two pages or less. Include what the book is about, what makes it different from any other book, what the market for your book idea is and how you plan to reach this market demographic.

Include a table of contents. If necessary, annotate it. Add a sample of your book%(87).Maybe some would make good scenes, others good stakes, maybe a good trigger to launch a problem. Write them down with as much (or as little) detail as you have. Step Ten: Summarize Now tell your story.

It doesn't have to be good, just start at the beginning and tell it as if you were telling it to a friend. Add back story and flashbacks.

Use. What Makes A Good Idea, Good? Never before in history have ideas been so important, nor so plentiful. Ideas are everywhere these days! Big ideas, game changing ideas, groundbreaking ideas. All intended to fuel the ever-increasing consumer demand for innovation.

Creative problem solving has become a daily activity for millions of eager and ambitious .