When copies are super abundant, they become worthless. Instead, stuff that can’t be copied becomes scarce and valuable. ~ Kevin Kelly
If you are selling information products, you might want to consider only shipping physically printed products. They are harder to copy, have a greater perceived value, and what’s even better is that, at the same time it makes you unique in today’s all-digital world.
You know you should do some physical activity daily. It’s good for your physical as well as mental and spiritual health. The problem? It’s boring! And as if that is not enough it takes too long, so now it’s boring for a long time.
An app that is a marketplace of sorts. People can upload an exercise plan with the only condition being: it should start with very very little time (30 seconds is good), and grow to a maximum of 5 minutes a day after a while (one to four weeks.) This way even if it’s boring it’s still easy to do – who can’t do something simple for a couple minutes a day?! The other side of the marketplace is people who can now choose from a large variety of very short daily activities that can change their life: the way they feel, their posture, and health.