Children at play understand that their ideas are meant to co-exist with the ideas of others, giving rise to new ideas. In this way, the possibilities for play become endless. The source of our creativity isn’t located in our ideas, but in the conversations they give rise to.
Avoid chiming in on everything. I think of this as the ‘infinite dialogue’ problem. Product managers are often the catalyst for this. It often seems ideal (and the most democratic) to ask for open-ended feedback and create an environment where everyone is encouraged to have a voice. This often leads to spiraling further away from a decision and a direction. Frame questions (and processes) so you can hone in on solutions with buy-in.