Ideas are like bananas after being plucked from a tree.
Initially, they’re green and hard.
They need a little time to sit and mature so that the enzymes within have time to break down starch into sugar and transform the fruit from sour to sweet.
Wait too long, however, and the fruit starts to decay.
Ideas, like fruits, have a half-life. It’s helpful to think them through, but overthinking it to the point of paralysis takes a perfectly good idea and drops it right into the compost bin.
If an idea is important to you, watch it carefully. Don’t let it go to waste.