Why It’s Okay To Do Less & Talk More by Trevor McKendrick
I have definitely come around to the idea that it is OK to talk through ideas more than originally thought. This is the kicker:
And with every iteration of talking about the idea you actually understand the idea better. A new idea is this delicate thing, a mere thought floating in a single person’s head unprotected from criticism.
Ideas need other people to be tested.
2 responses to “Why It’s Okay To Do Less & Talk More”
This is part of what I do on my site. Work out what I think about things. Why you see repeat topics with little adjustments.
It makes a lot of sense. You need to be able to work through things and hope that it turns out better in the end.