What all effective methods for coming up with business ideas have in common is that they focus on finding problems over ideas.
To quote Nathan Barry, the founder of ConvertKit:
Far too many aspiring entrepreneurs still do it backwards and start with an idea, a solution looking for a problem. After months of working on their product, they start to wonder: "How do I find customers for this thing I built?"
Using clever marketing tricks, they might be able to convince a few people to buy their product. But generally it will be an uphill battle and something that can and should be avoided.
It's far more effective to de-risk product creation by starting with a painful problem
The key question now of course is: what are some painful problems that are waiting to be solved right now?
I spent hours digging through all kinds of sources and interviewing people to find promising pain points and focused on those where I see potential to turn them into a real business.
By buying this product you get access to an ever-growing collection of 120+ pain points.
The price of the product will rise as more pain points get added over time. However, you will receive all future updates no matter which price you paid.
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100-200 pain points: $14
200-400 pain points: $19
400-700 pain points: $29
700-1500 pain points: $39
1500+ pain points: $49