Innovation — Why do I like constraints and hate implicit permission
Chris Kernaghan

Nice post, Chris. I particularly liked and agree with the sentiment about constraints being an enabling mechanism, rather than the opposite. Innovation can tend towards “just random stuff” unless you know the boundaries within which you’re working. It also helps with the depth / breadth dilemma. Go narrower and faster or broader and slower? Both are good in different circumstances, but more often that not, I’ve found the former to help towards goals, whether you’re innovating or JFDI-ing.

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