Ready-made lists of startup ideas you can use for inspiration.
Broaden your knowledge
See the "top 5" lists section of the "Startup Ideas" chapter.
The Best Textbooks on Every Subjecthttp://lesswrong.com/lw/3gu/the_best_textbooks_on_every_subject/
What if we could compile a list of the best textbooks on every subject? That would be extremely useful. Let's do it.
Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more.
Startup Ideas and Validationhttps://www.ybrikman.com/writing/2016/02/14/startup-ideas-and-validation/
Every startup begins with an idea. This is a talk that discusses how to come up with startup ideas and validation techniques you can use to pick the ideas worth working on.
Startup Ideas: How the Best Founders Get Them and Why Novelty Is Overratedhttps://www.capshare.com/blog/startup-ideas/
Getting good startup ideas can be difficult because we often think finding an extremely novel solution to a problem is a prerequisite. This article challenges that belief, provides a statistical analysis of how the best founders came up with their ideas, and gives you 16 pre-inventive frameworks to help you find an idea that will work for you.
Where Good Ideas Come Fromhttp://www.amazon.com/dp/1594485380?ref=hello-startup-20
The printing press, the pencil, the flush toilet, the battery--these are all great ideas. But where do they come from? What kind of environment breeds them? What sparks the flash of brilliance? How do we generate the breakthrough technologies that push forward our lives, our society, our culture? See also the popular TED talk.
Steal Like an Artisthttp://www.amazon.com/dp/0761169253?ref=hello-startup-20
See also the popular TED talk.
The User Illusionhttp://www.amazon.com/dp/0140230122?ref=hello-startup-20%22
As John Casti wrote, "Finally, a book that really does explain consciousness." This groundbreaking work by Denmark's leading science writer draws on psychology, evolutionary biology, information theory, and other disciplines to argue its revolutionary point: that consciousness represents only an infinitesimal fraction of our ability to process information.
We all run up against mental blocks, and there’s no better map for getting around them than Conceptual Blockbusting . This proven and popular book is packed with eye-opening exercises and original thought problems that will stretch your mind.