A new green college campus was built, but one thing was still debated:
Where in the grass should we put the paved walkways?
Some felt the walkways should be around the edges, to leave the center green and untouched.
Some felt the walkways should cut diagonal, connecting all buildings to all buildings.
One professor had the winning idea: Don’t make any walkways this year. At the end of the year, look at where the grass is worn away, showing us where the students are walking. Then just pave those paths.
Source | Derek Sivers
Resist the urge to figure everything out in advance. The beginning of everything is laced with a beautiful kind of ignorance. When people expect you to make decisions in advance, get in the habit of saying, “I don’t know yet”.