Ideas don’t settle for less. They jump from one person to the next looking for who will hold them dear.
Due to my location, it can be difficult getting from point A to B with public transport, especially if you don’t know how to get to your destination. Here, bus conductors and bike riders are the best maps.
Google maps does a good job for car drivers and people walking, but for some reason, it’s just wack when it comes to “jumping bus” in this country.
For months, the only thing on my mind was, “please can someone just do a directions app so I know the next bus to take and where?”
I even started formulating the development and business plan in my head, but I knew that solution wasn’t for me to implement. I had my own instructions.
Yeah, just because an idea entered your brain doesn’t mean you should jump on it immediately. Jesus knew what he meant when he said count the cost (Luke 14:28). He was talking to idea people…perhaps.
Surely, as I already guessed, someone somewhere had the same vibe and now, it looks like they’re 80% into development. I just stumbled on busstop.ng and I’m looking forward to seeing how it works.
This post doesn’t in anyway prove the viability of this idea but simply explains that like money, ideas “no dey look face” (don’t care who you are).
So if you think you’re the only one with that super idea in your brain, you’re wrong.
P.S. This is not a promotional post for busstop.ng. It’s just an illustration to buttress my point. Who knows…if they’re not fast enough, they could get “overthrown” by another team…*shrugs.