Each of us solves problems almost on daily basis. Problems are part of life and provide us a chance to get a mental thrill by winning them over.
Mostly we come across a problem, look for solutions and either solve them successfully or surrender to them.
In either case we get moving and tend to forget the situation.
I have done that so many times. Next time I have a problem, I again look for solutions again. Until I started to record them.
The drawback of this approach is that we do not document the problem and the solution so that we have a ready reference for the future.
So times later when the problem strikes again, we are still searching for a solution.
Not only the documentation of problem and the solution can help you to build a future reference but also help you to create content.
Just keep reading. So next time you face a problem, just note that in a diary or Word file.
When you have a solution, note the solution in detail underneath the problem.
If you are unable to find a solution, note that too.
It would be a good idea to segregate the solved and unsolved issues.
Just keep adding the matter to your files/diaries whenever you have a problem.
It may be any problem…
Few examples are
- Where to get free photos on the net?
- How to create dashing logos for free?
- How to add a text to WordPress sidebar?
- How to edit a photograph?
- How to upload a file?
- Add your own list
As you expand your file, you might want to categorize your problems further.
You are creating a ready reference.
Plus you have a killer idea file. If you faced a problem, many other people would too have faced the same.
And looking for the answers.
Thus, you have a great content ideas. Just add a little research to ech of your problems and you are on your way to produce killer articles, blog posts, ebooks and videos.
Your unsolved problems also offer a unique advantage. You can create solutions and sell them.
All you need to see first is the demand.
How do you deal with your problems. Do you record them?