|It is possible to fall in love with a bad idea simply because it is yours. How do you avoid this?
i dont avoid it, i fail
This is a danger. You need constructive dissent from people whose opinions you value.
This is a natural tendency. To avoid it I tried to keep in mind that the "Clarity" in which I see things can be an enemy if you do not watch it carefully through meditation or with good friends who will tell you your truths
Yes, I think it is possible. But bad ideas are good practice. I think I should pursue more of my bad ideas to see where they may lead (at least in my writing).
it is possible, and has happened. Although they have never been used in a commercial environment!
Bien sûr, c'est très facile !!
Je me sers beaucoup du Creative Problem Solving et des critères au moment des phases de convergence notamment, pour avancer vers une solution dont je sois amoureuse, mais qui soit aussi adaptée à ma problématique !
I check my ideas with others to see what they think. If no one likes it but I really do, I'll go ahead and do it anyway. If I like it, how can it be bad? I mean, to others, yes, but if it makes me happy it's a good idea as far as I am concerned.
Suck it up, Buttercup!
I e-teach book proposal writing courses and I can tell you that students do this all the time. They are almost intractable when it comes to thinking beyond the first level. I avoid this syndrome by examining the work from the reader's perspective; I ask, "What are the benefits for the reader?" If there are none, you don't have a market.
I don't think I have yet. I find if I am in love with it - there is something there that is beautiful. I just have to find the way into it to make it something special or remarkable for others to see. Not everyone may agree however. I think it is possible to love something that you can see but few others do. Then you just have to accept and love it for what it is.
I love my ideas. Few of them are wrong in the sense of having no future. When I worry about not giving an idea enough distance, I play the role of my neighbour telling me about the idea he has. Nothing like someone else telling you about an idea you've had as if it was his or her idea to make you suspect it.
Unleash the inner critic after sleeping on it. Unleash the peers and enemies on it if it passes the first test.
Yes it is. Now after past experiences I still haven't figured it out. Who can actually for see the out come of a thing?
A truly bad idea is one devoid of anything lovable. If one is in truly in love with a bad idea, (and not just attracted to some of its qualities) it simply means the idea has not been refined enough to separate the wheat from the chaff.
I ty to keep a very open mind even about my own ideas. Experience - mine and others - is generally a good judge.
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