Non disclosure agreements are useless and pointless.
This is true nearly without exception.
The reason is because ideas mean nothing by themselves. The only thing worth anything is action.
Think about it.
What if in 1993 (the year before it was founded) we laid out the detailed business plan for exactly how Amazon.com would work. Then we made it public. How many of us would have done anything with it? Would you? Would I?
I think you are kidding yourself if you don’t think 99.99999999999999999% of people would have shrugged at it.
This is the same thing for any “great” idea that YOU have.
Nobody cares about a stewing concept. We want results.
Same for you finally deciding to go to the gym.
Quit theorizing about your decision and (for once in your life) go pick up something heavy.
The problem was, a decision doesn’t actually fix anything. Only our actions do.
-Tim Grahl, Running Down A Dream