“If we want to solve a problem that we have never solved before, we must leave the door to the unknown ajar.” — Richard Feynman
Practically, this means building in some time for reflection, contemplation, and dialogue. It also means knowing when we are working something new. And it means pausing when we sense the urge to use a predefined solution.
In your corner,
PS: The latter often looks like one or more of us jumping over the others to show why our idea is better, best.
PPS: We can fix that by switching from advocacy to curiosity. In curiosity, we bring our ideas to the table and seek their improvement. Curiosity is our best guide to the unknown.