Some ideas carry weight, others do not. In many cases, the ones we think have heft do not. That doesn’t mean you should keep them to yourself.

The concepts we view as iffy, or less substantive might actually be the ones that wind up resonating the most.

By all means, put them out there and see what happens. Teasing out your ideas is good. Seeking objective feedback and rigorous testing/debate are even better.

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