Don’t rush to the most promising solution. Don’t try to guess the trend.
The problem with problem solving isn’t the solving part, it’s the problem part.
The mistake that most product builders make is that they don’t know what success for their product looks like.
Don’t make that classic mistake.
If you have stared at the problem for long enough, you would know exactly what an elegant solution for it should be. Make that investment before starting out.
Once you do that, you will have immense perspective. It might look like intuition to outsiders. They might even mistaken it for deep product sense. But what it really means is you have deep problem sense.
That sense, I believe is the most important ingredient to building something that people want.