So, you have a problem. Most people will think about it for a bit, discuss it with others, start throwing around ideas and elaborate on some that come up. They then assume to have found the solution to their problem, quit looking further and feel they're done.
But, have you really considered all options? You could probably have put more effort into it and discovered new angles to explore. But that will only happen if you turn on your creative thinking, and turn off your natural tendency to stop searching, as soon as you have found a solution.
Continue exploring new ideas. No matter how funny, non-sensical, outlandish, not-feasible or out-of-the-box they may be. It's called diverging. Divergence is a brainstorming essential.
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