|It is possible to fall in love with a bad idea simply because it is yours. How do you avoid this?
It is possable, but a bad idea even for the right reasons can be a good idea
I always try to show them to people. I hear their critical and I try to be impartial in it. A bad ideia can become a good ideia if we are able to be criticized.
I challenge and ruminate on my ideas.
It's all subjective and relative to the time and place.
I don't. I am a terrible coveter of my own ideas. Sometimes tenacious defence and argument is a productive process.
Keep moving. See how things work out on an audience, how it seems the next day. It eventually reveals itself. Most important is non-attachment throughout the whole process.
It is definitely possible for someone to fall in love with a bad idea simply because it's his. I've seen it happen. If it's a client having an attack of bad taste, it's hard to say no, but coming up with a better idea with which to counter it usually helps. Trying to work with it and showing why his idea falls short also helps. It's a team leader with the bad idea, it's usually easier to counter with counter reasoning. Another team member can be voted down and sometimes shamed into withdrawing the idea.
Other tactics to avoid the bad idea: Test it with others, like random bystanders or sample audience; test it with a higher authority and bring back the official veto; find other similar samples that didn't work or aren't working.
I avoid this by talking new ideas with other people. Listening is the key!
"It is possible to fall in love with a bad idea simply because it is yours." Thank the gods such thinking falls apart quickly.
i believe we all learn from our bad ideas, without it, how we would what's good?
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