By k | October 29, 2014 - 6:00 am - Posted in New Business Development

Recently, I was brainstorming ideas
for new outlets for my writing.
I talked to fellow romance writers.
They told me to self-publish
or to submit to different publishers,
the same answers
I’d also give.

I then talked to creative folks
in different industries.
They suggested newsletter serials,
romance apps and games,
ideas for using my blog.
These ideas were fresh, exciting, different.

In April’s
Men’s Health,
Alaina G. Levine,
president of Quantum Success Solutions,
suggests asking someone outside your field.
“Think: ‘If I didn’t have X skill or Y experience,
how would this problem look?’”

If you want truly different ideas,
ask truly different people.
Talk to people outside
your industry.

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