Get on with it
Just do it, fix it, try it.
Experimenters reign supreme in this complicated world. Don’t plan and wait in isolation for the perfect solution to arrive at your doorstep. Think lean, make prototypes, try things out in the real world and work with feedback.
It is the best way because it is fast, reliable and you cannot fool yourself into thinking something is working when it is not. Actually trying things out is when you get real results. Learn from them and try again.
Be creative, encourage practical risk-taking, and support good tries. There is going to be a reasonable number of mistakes. Mistakes aren’t a bad thing however, they are simply a bi-product of experimenting — data to learn from.
A Get on with it-attitude serves as an antidote for overthinking. Its easy to plan too much, overanalyze and live in a dream world of sorts. Reality is the best check for whatever you’re thinking about. Its easier to try, fail and iterate than to think it through initially. Every step without engaging with reality (=testing) increases the likelihood of miscalculation. Reality is the full test-drive, the best arena to get feedback — nothing can compare, literally.