- Brainstorm as much as you can to avoid availability bias (choosing the first solution that comes to mind rather than the best solution).
- Test as many potential solutions as you can afford to. This avoids the confirmation bias of rationalizing the one solution you chose.
- Evaluate the criteria for each experiment.
- Learn from every experiment, successful or not.
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