WELCOME TO "IDEAS/CONCEPT" DISCUSSION THREAD

WELCOME TO "IDEAS/CONCEPT" DISCUSSION THREAD

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WELCOME TO "IDEAS/CONCEPT" DISCUSSION THREAD

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This thread outlines a framework that is designed to fire up your best creative thinking modes, triggering the creation of new ideas.

Each day, we scour the web for these daily million dollar ideas and have you vote on them.

Good ideas come along all the time and help people solve minor problems in work and daily life. Great ideas appear a little less frequently and require a little more work to execute. Great ideas aren’t necessarily the result of highly-paid think tanks or drug-induced vision quests in the desert. 

The intention of this thread is  to see your creativity and Innovative ideas.Feel free to write your Innovative ideas /Discoveries which would you need in your daily life

Which must be possible !

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Please suggest some easy to obtain drugs to turn my Creative mojo on

#CreativityPill. stuck_out_tongue
#ThereIsDrugforEverything.

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Ok. Kidding aside ….

I found that adding few drops ( 2-5 drops) of dish washing liquid per 100 ml of Handwash liquid  would increase the efficiency of Handwash ( efficiency to remove and to kill COVID-19 by destroying it’s fat/ lipid   outer layer)  quite a lot;  as they are   (they contain) one of the most powerful cleaning agent ( surfactants)  found in every household. Don’t add too much, it would make your skin rough.

Don’t know if it falls under creative category.  It was my intuition at first. Later confirmed with online research.

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Total_Fun wrote:

Ok. Kidding aside ….

I found that adding few drops ( 2-5 drops) of dish washing liquid per 100 ml of Handwash liquid  would increase the efficiency of Handwash ( efficiency to remove and to kill COVID-19 by destroying it’s fat/ lipid   outer layer)  quite a lot;  as they are   (they contain) one of the most powerful cleaning agent ( surfactants)  found in every household. Don’t add too much, it would make your skin rough.

Don’t know if it falls under creative category.  It was my intuition at first. Later confirmed with online research.

Nice one, if true

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@Ram Can you post any of your original ideas?

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Won’t disclose my million $ idea, without a patent! 😛

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Co-working spaces with tie-ups made with various corporates.

Amidst the covid19 lockdown is an opportunity to look into, many companies would soon realise the amount they could save with remote resources rather than providing physical space for employees. Most companies shell out at least 12k to 15k per employee per month for the physical infrastructure facilities provided and this can be saved. Apart from that, consider the time of commute and efforts needed.

Companies might soon experiment requesting few of their employees to work as remote resources or provide limited space for each team and request them to commute to work on a rotational basis so as to ensure a limited number of employees only are at workplace on any given day.

Take it as an opportunity and build a place such as WeWork but exclusively for corporates. Handle all the physical infra works for corporates and bill them on per seat basis.

Extending it further. One of the major burnout remote resources face is lack of interaction with peers in person, this will eventually make their life boring. Build a co-working space cum coffee shop with a semi-formal ambiance and meeting rooms. Provide per hour, per day and flexible seating options so that they can start using such co-working spaces when they are bored to work from home. Having a mix of coffee shop cum office ambiance will help attract users who are not regular employees as well.

There was such co-working space that was started in some Canadian city few years ago. They experimented billing users by the hour and provide half of it as food credits in their coffee shop. Cool idea to experiment with.

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raghupro wrote:

Co-working spaces with tie-ups made with various corporates.

Amidst the covid19 lockdown is an opportunity to look into, many companies would soon realise the amount they could save with remote resources rather than providing physical space for employees. Most companies shell out at least 12k to 15k per employee per month for the physical infrastructure facilities provided and this can be saved. Apart from that, consider the time of commute and efforts needed.

Companies might soon experiment requesting few of their employees to work as remote resources or provide limited space for each team and request them to commute to work on a rotational basis so as to ensure a limited number of employees only are at workplace on any given day.

Take it as an opportunity and build a place such as WeWork but exclusively for corporates. Handle all the physical infra works for corporates and bill them on per seat basis.

Extending it further. One of the major burnout remote resources face is lack of interaction with peers in person, this will eventually make their life boring. Build a co-working space cum coffee shop with a semi-formal ambiance and meeting rooms. Provide per hour, per day and flexible seating options so that they can start using such co-working spaces when they are bored to work from home. Having a mix of coffee shop cum office ambiance will help attract users who are not regular employees as well.

There was such co-working space that was started in some Canadian city few years ago. They experimented billing users by the hour and provide half of it as food credits in their coffee shop. Cool idea to experiment with.

Isn’t it already been here in India for last couple of years. I remember seeing this since 2016.

And 15k/employee/month? Are you talking about USA or India?? 🤔 As this is the average salary of an Indian workforce.

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deb3l wrote:

Isn’t it already been here in India for last couple of years. I remember seeing this since 2016.

And 15k/employee/month? Are you talking about USA or India?? 🤔 As this is the average salary of an Indian workforce.

Co-working spaces have been around since a very long time but managing co-working spaces exclusively for corporates isn’t if I am not wrong. There are agencies that lease out spaces for corporates but not as co-working spaces.

The cost is in India. This is a summation of price per desk for the employee including rent and various maintenance (which might include something as simple as power bills, washroom maintenance, receptionist charges, office boy charges etc averaged over strength of the company).

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Time_pass wrote:

Won’t disclose my million $ idea, without patent! 😛

Oh shiiiit. I have already disclosed mine.

Deleting now

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