Sometimes, the right approach is to wait until your ideas are perfect before you share them with the world.
But more often, the better approach is to run with your best ideas, see how they perform, then iterate until you find the traction you need.
Ideas need oxygen to thrive. Maybe not at first, but they need it sooner than later.
The oxygen gives your ideas life. It gives you feedback. Your ideas need feedback to be successful in the same way plants need sunlight.
The key is knowing whether your need for perfection is based on fear or wanting to do things right the first time.
There’s a difference. Only you can know for sure what is driving you.
Either way, don’t suffocate your ideas.