Try Something Random (To Solve a Problem)

A random, winding path in the woods.

If you don’t have a solution to a problem, try something random.

It might not be the final solution, but it might get you a bit closer to the answer you’ve been looking for. Or it might show you what isn’t the right path to take.

Brute-forcing problems might not be efficient, but it’s still better than waiting for the problem to go away by itself.