Probably most important early on is to get comfortable with the idea of failure and that failing faster is a good thing. Get your game on the table as quickly as you can and in front if as many different players as you can. Get it out of your head and onto the table so it can take on a life of its own and the game can emerge and evolve from interaction with players.
— Sen-Foong Lim (@SenFoongLim)