Welcome to Think Big Ideas, Inc.
WHERE SUCCESS STARTS WITH AN IDEA.
“Whatever the mind can conceive to believe, it can achieve.”
Hill, Napoleon. Think & Grow Rich. The Ralston Society, 1937. Print.
We are an idea Generator, Accelerator and Transmutor.
Think Big Ideas offers a way to generate ideas and accelerates the transmutation process needed to make them a reality. We know that the average human brain weighs around 3 pounds and the average mind can generate almost 70,000 ideas a day! So start organizing your ideas today. The time to do it is now!
What is an idea?
The dictionary defines an idea as a thought or conception that potentially or actually exists in the mind as a product of mental activity. It is an opinion, conviction or principle; as well as a plan, scheme, or method.
If an idea exists in the mind, then what is the mind?
The mind refers to the human consciousness that originates in the brain and is manifested especially in thought, perception, emotion, will, memory, and imagination. Mind is the principle of intelligence, the spirit of consciousness regarded as an aspect of reality. It is the faculty of thinking, reasoning, and applying knowledge and refers broadly to the capacities for thought, perception, memory, and decision. Anything that comes to the mind or manifested in or by the mind can be considered an idea or thought.
What is the brain’s role to help the mind generate an idea?
The brain is the seat of consciousness, thought, memory and emotion. It is the portion of the vertebrate central nervous system that is enclosed within the cranium, continuous with the spinal cord, and composed of gray matter and white matter. From a philosophical point of view, it is said that the most important function of the brain is to serve as the physical structure underlying the mind. From a biological point of view, though, the most important brain function is to generate behaviors that promote the welfare of a human being or an animal.
Where do ideas originate?
We know that ideas are products of the mind as a result of conscious and subconscious thinking processes. These thinking process continuously produces ideas.
In 1981, a gentleman by the name of Roger Sperry earned a Nobel Prize for Medicine by clearly showing that the brain can be divided into two hemispheres, the left and the right. Each hemisphere has its own style of thinking processes and functions. A person who is “left-brained” is often said to be more logical, analytical and objective, while a person who is “right-brained” is said to be more creative, thoughtful, and subjective.
Therefore, the type of ideas produced by the mind depends on the style of thinking processes and functions taking place in both sides of the brain.
How does one “transmute an idea into reality”.
Since we believe success starts with an idea, we are exploring ideas and qualifying them in an effort to completely change their form, appearance and nature. Essentially, we are accelerating the transmutation process to take ideas, which are objects of the mind, and make them a reality.
If you are interested in achieving success, then you need to know that success is contingent on the momentum of trending results that progress toward an idea. Positive results move you closer to the end result while negative results move you further away. In order to “transmute an idea into reality”, begin with the end in mind and measure progress over time. This will grant you an opportunity to make wiser decisions that will lead you on the way to success.