You need to test your ideas. The conclusions you have reached may not be accurate any longer. If you update them you will be happier and better.
It’s easy to notice the good of an idea. Every idea has good points. It’s the nuggets of untruth that bring it to its knees.
To test and filter the idea productively, imagine creating a separate process. This new process is checking the idea’s validity. The original process is operating as if it’s true, and continuing from that angle.
If you invest all your resources into either the original or the new, either you will stay down dead ends or you will burn out from being overwhelmed.
The wise do not fear the implications of an idea. They chase them, seek them out, and turn over each stone, one by one.
When you get ahead of yourself you lose effectiveness.