Ignore the real world

real world of future

“That would never work in the real world.” you hear it all the time when you tell people about a fresh idea.

This real-world sounds like an awfully depressing place to live. It’s a place where new ideas, unfamiliar approaches, and foreign concepts always lose. The only things that wind are what people already know and do, even if those things are flawed and inefficient.

Scratch the surface and you’ll find these “real world” inhabitants are filled with pessimism and despair. They expect fresh concepts to fail. They assume society isn’t ready for or capable of change.

Even worse, they want to drag others down into their tomb. If you’re hopeful and ambitious, they’ll try to convince you your ideas are impossible. They’ll say you’re wasting your time.

Don’t believe them. That would be real for them, but it doesn’t mean you have to live in it.

In real world, you can’t have a dozen employees spread out in eight different cities on two continents. In real world, you can’t attract millions of customers without any salespeople or advertising. In the real world, you can’t reveal your formula for success to the rest of the world. The real world isn’t a place, it’s an excuse. It’s a justification for not trying. It has nothing to do with you.

We are excited to be business with you guys

How to ignore the real world and start your ideas flowing?

It can be difficult to ignore the distractions of the real world and allow your ideas to flow freely. One way to do this is to find a quiet, distraction-free space where you can focus on your thoughts. This could be a dedicated workspace in your home, a quiet corner of a park or library, or even just a comfortable chair in a quiet room.

Once you have found a suitable space, try to clear your mind of any distracting thoughts or concerns and focus on the task at hand. You may find it helpful to do some deep breathing or meditation to relax your mind and allow your ideas to come to the surface. Another helpful technique is to set aside a specific time each day for idea generation, so that you can focus your full attention on the task without being interrupted by other distractions.

There are several myths or misconceptions that can prevent people from pursuing their ideas in the real world. One common myth is that you need to have a completely unique and original idea in order to succeed. In reality, many successful ideas are simply variations or improvements on existing concepts, and there is often room for multiple players in a given market.

Another myth is that you need to have a lot of money or resources in order to bring an idea to fruition. While it is true that some ideas may require significant investment, there are also many ways to get started with a limited budget, such as crowdfunding or finding investors who are interested in your idea.

A third myth is that it is impossible to bring an idea to the market if it has already been done before. In reality, many successful companies have been able to differentiate themselves and find their niche, even in crowded markets.

Overall, it is important to remember that there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to bringing an idea to the real world and that with determination, creativity, and hard work, it is possible to make almost any idea a reality.

Let’s get back to work.

Starting a business in the real world is overwhelming

Starting your own business can be challenging in the real world, as it involves a number of complex and interconnected tasks. These may include developing a business plan, securing funding, finding and hiring employees, and building a customer base. Additionally, there are many legal and regulatory considerations that must be taken into account, such as obtaining necessary licenses and permits and complying with relevant laws and regulations.

However, starting your own business can also be very rewarding, both financially and personally. Many people find that the freedom and autonomy of being their own boss is well worth the hard work and dedication required to get a business off the ground. With the right idea, support, and determination, it is possible to succeed in the world of entrepreneurship.

Stop Logo design and promotion, starting on product prototyping


  • Inspired from Rework book.
  • Images from giphy.com
0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments