As a couple of new management classes come together, I have loads of great ideas.
That is not always good.
I now have to screen them so they fit in with the pacing and so the workshop doesn't become too rich. Is it possible for a class to convey too many good ideas? I believe it can. People need time to mull over, discuss, and argue about certain points.
The process resembles the structure of a mystery or a thriller. Non-stop action wears out the reader. That's why writers will shift the scene to a cafe, a quiet park or any spot that removes the reader from the stress of what just happened.
Pacing can conflict with Content and sometimes it should win.