Infinite Ideas – creating inspiring content

We’re Infinite Ideas, an independent, innovative and friendly publisher based in Oxford. We have created thousands of ideas that make a real difference to people’s lives. Our ideas are available as printed books, ebooks and apps and many are also available free on this site.

We specialize in down-to-earth content in all areas of self improvement, from fitness to stress-relief, relationships to career development. To find out more about what we publish click on 'Our content'. If you'd like some inspiring content to enhance your business, find out how we can help by clicking on 'WordGen' under About us.

On this page you'll find our free ebook of the month, along with our blog. We regularly update our blog with thought-provoking ideas and would love to hear what you think.

So read on and enjoy!

Latest news

Getting into the spirit of the Commonwealth Games

25 July 2014 by in Corporate wellness, Current affairs, Sport

Last night the Commonwealth Games officially opened in Glasgow so it’s time for us all to revive the enthusiasm that we had two years ago for the London Olympics. Team GB may now be divided, but surely that gives us infinitely more reasons to cheer?

If, like us at Infinite Ideas, you’re struggling to think of which sport you should be training for, take this simple test. (Read more)

Crisis management in the office: improving your corporate wellness

23 July 2014 by in Corporate wellness, Health, Lifestyle

We’ve all heard of the first aider in the office: the one who has been on the training days and sits at their desk with a well-stocked first aid kit ready to dole out plasters (or even administer CPR) when necessary. What you may not be aware of, however, is the gradual appearance of a new office position, the mental health first aider. (Read more)

Walter White: father, teacher, small business owner

21 July 2014 by in Business, Current affairs, Entertainment, Lifestyle

It’s coming up to a year since I signed up to Netflix, intending to terminate my subscription after the free trial had finished. Walter White, however, had other ideas for me. Vince Gilligan’s series, Breaking Bad, had not concluded and so I was stuck with Netflix until it had. Twelve months on, I’m still paying! (Read more)