The beauty of constantly tinkering with new ideas is that you end up with, well, a lot of ideas.  Some you can use right away and others are probably fine buried in a notebook.  The timing may not be right for ideas that are ahead of the market.  At that point, it’s best to hold tight until a window of opportunity opens up to use it.

Additionally, ideas that may not quite be appropriate for one problem could be reframed to solve another.

When figuring out how to develop something new, I find that people are afraid of making mistakes.  This is actually the time to be making mistakes and also pushing out of your comfort zone.  Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable is part of the process.

[Photo:  A different perspective of a railroad track.]

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