Idea Talks with Magdalena Bibik

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Have you ever experienced Imposter Syndrome? In this week's episode I am talking about how Impost0r Syndrome affects idea generation and what to do about it. My definition of Impostor Syndrome comes from this article. What Is Impostor Syndrome?If you are having trouble bringing ideas to life, maybe this LIVE digital workshop will help you. Check out all the dates and more info HERE.Enjoy! 
Welcome to Idea Talks! In this episode I am taking on the mindset of "practicing in public" and applying it to the three most common idea generation struggles: 1. having no ideas2. having ideas but not putting them to life3. having too many ideas and no structureI also share my own "practicing in public" insight (stick to the end!)This episode is connected to a campaign: 30% off all courses at - valid until March 31st 2021 with the code Spring at checkout.Enjoy! 
Welcome to Idea Talks! In this episode we tackle the biggest idea generation struggle - turning your idea into reality. I give five strategies/perspectives on how to overcome whatever is holding you back and hindering that idea from turning into profitable products and services. Want more? Download the free PDF here: "turning your ideas into reality"Here is the TED talk I'm talking about: "Teach girls bravery, not perfection"Enjoy! And if you are still struggling with turning your ideas into reality - reach out! I'm happy to help!
Once again I have a guest on the podcast - and this time it's Jakob Storjohann of - an awesome idea generation tool! We cover what makes ideas matter, the four main parts of idea generation process and five things you can learn about innovation from doing improv theatre. Enjoy! Follow on Twitter: Jakob on Instagram and LinkedInEnjoy! 
This week I have the pleasure to speak to Robin Nessensohn, the founder of - the world's largest innovation community. In this talk we aim to inspire you to dig deeper into your own innovation with the help of numerous resources available on the platform such as books, stories, courses, videos and podcasts (like this one).As a matter of fact, Robin was the person who reached out to me after I closed down this podcast so I decided to open it again. Thanks for that! Things and people we mention: Guy Kawasaki, "The art of innovation" TED Talk Boston Dynamics Robot Dance Ideanote.io! 
Welcome to this episode of "Idea Talks", which is less about ideas and more about YOU - the Idea Generator. We are talking about personality traits you need to successfully come up with ideas.Links and mentions: Really Good Innovation - world's largest innovation community - check them out here."Idea Lab" is available at this link. The story on Medium on who to follow on social media to spark your idea generation is here.Enjoy! 
Welcome back! In this episode I challenge you to review your portfolio of products and services in order to establish your best idea (the one that brings you the most value) - and bet all you have on that idea. Would you have the courage to do it? I tell you why it's a smart strategy.Make sure to check out free checklists to sorting out your ideas and establishing whether an idea will be successful or not. They can be found at! 
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! The podcast is back! You asked, I went back to the studio - and here we are, in "Idea Talks".  In this episode I am answering some questions on Idea Generation that I got on Quora. (Do you want to see all my content - go to this episode I am mentioning: "Designing your life: How to build a well-lived and joyful life" on CREATIVE LIVE.Steven Johnson TED Talk "Where good ideas come from".Peter Sims "Little Bets".This episode is brought to you by the new free webinar "Now what?" For all dates and sign up, go to
Welcome to Idea Talks! This is a podcast on Idea Generation, where we discuss good ideas... NOT so good ideas, how to come up with profitable business ideas and how to sort out those ideas that you already have.In this episodeI am giving you four quick strategies on how to find your next big idea: 1. Observing something that doesn't really want - and doing it better2. Via a "slow hunch"3. With the help of "little bets"4. When you missed out on something Enjoy! 
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Jan 15th, 2021
Latest Episode
Mar 23rd, 2021
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