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Don't Let Your Shower Thoughts Slip Away: How to Capture and Implement Brilliant Ideas

Do you ever find yourself struck by a stroke of genius while shampooing your hair, only to have it vanish into thin air by the time you've towel-dried? Don't worry; you're not alone. It's incredibly common for brilliant ideas to pop into our heads in the shower, only to slip away just as quickly. But fear not, because I've got some game-changing tips to help you capture and implement those elusive shower thoughts.


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First things first, let's talk about solutions. One tried and true method is to channel your inner Michael Scott and record a voice memo. Picture it: you're standing under the warm cascade of water, and suddenly, inspiration strikes. Whip out your smartphone (carefully, of course) and record your brilliant idea in all its glory. Bonus points if you add some Michael Scott-style enthusiasm for good measure. Not only does this help you capture your thoughts in the moment, but it also adds a touch of humor to your day.


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Another option is to invest in one of those handy dandy waterproof notebooks. You know, the ones that make you feel like you're living out your own Blues Clues adventure? Keep it in the shower, right next to your shampoo and conditioner, and jot down your brilliance as soon as it strikes. Not only is it a fun and quirky way to capture your ideas, but it also ensures that they won't be washed away with the suds.


Now, onto the implementation phase. It's all well and good to capture your shower thoughts, but what good are they if you never act on them? That's where setting aside dedicated time comes into play. I recommend carving out 15 minutes each week to review your ideas and determine which ones deserve to be implemented. Treat it like a mini brainstorming session, and don't be afraid to get creative. Who knows? That seemingly random shower thought could be the next big thing for your business.


Every single week, I see firsthand the power of embracing creativity and thinking outside the box. So, don't let those shower thoughts slip away unnoticed. Whether you're recording voice memos like Michael Scott or jotting down notes in your waterproof notebook like a modern-day detective, find a method that works for you and run with it. Who knows? Your next mega-powerful sales idea could be just a shower away.

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