That’s why you shouldn’t fall in love with the first idea you get.
Often it won’t be great.
It won’t create magic.
But don’t waste it for that reason.
Any idea that you find good, use it to take action and get going.
Because momentum is important.
Once you get going and take action, market, and forces that matter will give you feedback on what’s wrong with it. Often it may not be obvious and you’ll have to do some digging.
Don’t tie your worth to this or any of your ideas.
Use them to learn what works and what doesn’t.
And then use all that learned to make the next idea, which will be better than the first one, work.