Involving other people to join you in solving a problem has the potential to create an instant breakthrough. Looking for someone to consult, expertise isn’t always a prerequisite. On the contrary, sometimes, the lack thereof is a blessing. The infamous “but can’t you just” advice has probably solved numerous problems. All thanks to a fresh perspective.
Naivety is often depicted negatively. Still, substantial value lies in approaching problems naively, in combination with expertise, of course.
Don’t dismiss naivety straight away. Cherish it.
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