Tap Into Collective Wisdom & Creativity
Are you tired of being in your own head?
No matter how brilliant we are, we’re limited by our own perspectives and experiences.
Brainstorming with others is a great way to break these limitations and benefit from the knowledge and experience of others. But who do you brainstorm with? What if you are a solopreneur with no team to talk things over with? Or what if the problem you want to brainstorm is caused by your team? Or perhaps your team lacks the experience to solve it?
This is where our Brainstorming community comes in.
Our community is built on the idea that we can all benefit from the wisdom of many minds working together on a single problem. We’ve created an online platform for people like you: business owners, entrepreneurs, solopreneurs—anyone who wants more input on their business ideas or projects.
How Does it work?
Brainstorming.Social is a new way to get help with your problems.
You can ask for help in group brainstorms, get help in discussion forums, or even request a dedicated session where our community brainstorms your problem or question
Find solutions together
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Connect with Peers and Experts
Mari-Liis Vaher, MBA
B2B Business Marketing Coach
Brianna Graham, MPH, CPH
Content and Copy writer
Voice Over & On Camera talent & Producer
Kimberly C. Jones, MSHRM, CTACC
Founder of the Humble Beloved Co.
Online Business Manager
Content Writer & Editor
Manlio Lo Giudice
Personal Effectiveness Coach
Here are some of the different ways you can brainstorm with our community
Group Sessions (Free)
- Brainstorm with others
- Issues from members
- Multiple topics
Community Help (Free)
- Ask questions 24/7
- No-meeting commitments
Dedicated Focus Sessions (Premium)
- Focused session on just YOUR issue
- We recruit experts to brainstorm with you
Here is what people think about the sessions
But Garland Coulson — a.k.a. Captain Time — will tell you: It’s not so simple. The time-management coach based in Alberta, Canada, has tested many productivity methods, such as the Pomodoro Technique and Eat That Frog, and he said that, although most are helpful, there’s no universal “best.” He recommends trying each one for a couple of weeks, then modifying them to suit your needs.
I’ve already connected with someone I have hired to do writing for me. I found her here–when frankly, I didn’t know where to turn to find a professional writer. I was also able to help another member with something. It’s a place to find leads, while simultaneously helping one another.
The session was definitely time well spent & has certainly given me a lot of food for thought regarding marketing my parent coaching business.