Ideas For Projects to Work On

Tuesday, April 26th 2016

Often times, it’s not the lack of ideas that keep us from doing what we want to do, but our laziness, or fears, that prevent us from putting forth the level of effort required to actually do them. We just need to get out of our own way and create the world we want to live in.

That's one of the major goals of Jam Sessions, make projects fun to work on and to inspire people to get excited about their project by sharing it with a group and being able to gauge their progress with each session.

That's why there is no project or task that is either too big, nor too small, to bring to Jam Sessions. Whether you’re looking to build a company that will change the world, or just looking to streamline your workflow in order to free up more time to concentrate on the things that you like to do outside of work, everything is welcome.

To elaborate on that thought, here is a quick list of ideas that I’m pulling off the top of my head that you could bring to Jam Sessions, (in no particular order).

  • New product ideas
  • Existing product ideas
  • On-boarding flows
  • Welcome email copy
  • A new issue of a zine you’re working on
  • Your portfolio
  • LinkedIn bio
  • Movie script
  • Commercial script
  • Video edit
  • Video workflow
  • Photography workflow
  • Podcast workflow
  • Your new podcast episode/series
  • Client proposals
  • 360 video
  • Bots, did I say bots?
  • Something with the word AI in it, which could just be pIzzA

I could go on, but I'll spare you the scrolling. I hope this explains it bit more about the goals for Jam Sessions, and inspires you to tackle your projects and share them with the group.

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