Dreams come true with the help of global consciousness on the InternetWritten by m6.net
Dreams. There are two types of dreams: 1. When you are sleeping there are stories unfolding in your mind from a parallel dimension. 2. The aims one has in life. The latter is type of dream I wish to discuss. We all have these dreams, donít we? We picture ourselves in future having realized our talents, having achieved in areas that interest us most. Your dream may have been a relatively simple one, like reaching enlightenment, or helping to create world peace! Maybe your dream was just to set foot on as many beaches across planet as possible, a little selfish-but hey, youíre still sharing a smile everywhere you go. In this Information Age, our dreams have become more realistic and practical to attain. With Internet and web sites in particular, a global consciousness is forming to help all people towards their goals.
Lets say youíre a young lady who lives in a small town in who-knows-where-land. Your dream is to one day live in a forest as a ranger, taking care of trees and animals, living at one with nature. The Internet seems far removed from this reality but in truth it can be a main section of road to your destination. By looking at web sites you can find out what other people with similar interests think about subject. You can find out where youíll need to go to study, what interest groups to join, and get opposing opinions on pros and cons of a rangerís life. You can communicate with experts from other side of world just as if they were next door. Seven days a week, night or day, you can access information and ideas from a wide community, a community you now belong to. All it took to start towards realizing dream was simply by adding your identity to new world culture created by millions of other normal minds. These are people who want to further humanity through process of communication.
How to brainstorm your way out of the rutWritten by Jae Taylor
Many internet marketers take off on a race to hit ground running and move too quickly from an initial idea to trying successfully to implement it. They never even stop to notice trees, let alone take a step back and see forest. As a result, many of them fail.
What if you would like to see forest, trees, and everything in between?
Then you need to brainstorm!
Your web project is simply an idea. Common sense dictates that more clear your vision and understanding of that idea and its objectives, greater your probability of achieving it. After all, if you don't know where you're going, how will you know when you get there?
A good brainstorming session can help you define your ideas. For fifteen or twenty minutes, let your thoughts revolve, and jot down whatever questions come to mind - even useless ones. Then, looking over your list, you may find one that appears promising. Remember not to edit your ideas during brainstorming session. Save your evaluation for later.
After you've brainstormed to get a topic, you now must refine your idea. If your topic involves a lot of research, make sure you're interested in subject before investing too much energy.
Okay, you're doing well if you've made it this far. You're ready to narrow your topic. First, pull out a piece of paper and write down your idea. For example, let's say you want to do a site about "alternative health" which is very broad, but it is a HUGE industry that attracts billions of dollars a year and is full of "hungry" rabid fans looking for information. So yes, a good market to get into.