Being creative is scary. There’s a fear that comes along with it sometimes. By being creative and putting ourselves out there, we’re inviting judgement from others, and when someone else puts down our idea or the hard work we’ve put into something, it hurts. Quite a bit sometimes.
But at the same time, being creative gives us opportunities to be found, shared and talked about – to stand out of the crowd. In this episode, we chat with Jason SurfrApp who talks about how he’s built businesses by thinking out of the box and being creative, and how we can be inspired to be creative too.
Ideas and Topics Discussed in This Episode:
- How a crazy idea out of Jason’s closet turned into a million dollar business.
- An entrepreneur’s most powerful asset that if often ignored (which Jason used to his advantage).
- How to get over the fear of asking and selling.
- The anti-marketing mindset and how one can share their great idea with the world.
- How Jason was able to get 204 companies to sponsor a book that had yet to be written.
- Why Jason sold his last name.
- One of Jason’s failed ideas and what he should have done differently.
- Tips for getting creative, and how to put yourself in the right environment for your mind to think freely.
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