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This is the million dollar question that, no doubt is on the mind of millions of students around the world every day.

Thanks to Pratik Dholakiya, this question can now be answered. The first thing that is brought up is the classic ‘who, what, when, where, why & how’, this is something so simple, everyone should have used this or at least heard of it at some point in life. This process can help find interesting ideas withing boring topics.

The second thing is to find what people are wanting to know.. Simply type the topic into Google and see what comes up! SIMPLE AS THAT! Some of the things could be so outrageous and unique that you are drawn to them to make sure you have a fantastic point of difference to everyone else using the same general topic.

If you’re having problems still, try a random word generator to help you think outside the box, which leads me to my final point that I think is most important in many walks of life…. Think outside of the box!!!!!! Be a leader not a follower and create something new and unique that is sure to gain the attention of your audience.

I will leave you with some words of wisdom to ponder over:

“The one who follows the crowd will usually get no further than the crowd. The one who walks alone, is likely to find himself in places no one has ever been” Deep isn’t it…

For further ideas of how to make boring topics interesting check out:

http://www.evenanerd.com/uploads/6/4/5/7/64578/gwhitehouse_evenanerd.pdf

http://blog.hubspot.com/blog/tabid/6307/bid/33330/How-Even-Boring-Industries-Can-Create-Interesting-Content.aspx

http://www.makeboringinteresting.com/genis-blog.html

 

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