When we hide our ideas, we usually do so so we can spend our time building and polishing it before releasing it to the public. This is also a good reason to use the pitch technique of comparing your idea to a known entity "It's like Yelp for creative services".
You also need support and a strong network, so holding back on sharing your idea can mean missing out on opportunities for partnerships, collaborations, recruiting, and even investor interest.
Feedback, community, and preparing yourself better for the upcoming journey of building a large successful business. Entrepreneurs understandably hold a personal bias of favor towards their own ideas.
Exhaustion was revealed.
Share one idea with one person. Here is the secret to startups in There are no secrets. Do you have something in mind? I always remind myself to assume the best about people.
Instead of talking about the same people and events, ideas can cut through all of the bullshit and allow you to reach a more meaningful connection. What need do your customers have that you fill?
One person alone can't come up with all the concepts and collateral needed for these campaigns, so marketing leaders rely on the diverse viewpoints and imaginations of their teams. During the meeting it struck me that I was afraid to tell our users and the world about our next great idea until we finished and polished it.