It feels counter-intuitive. But nothing could be further from the truth when it comes to pursuing a new challenge. Constraints offer structure that can liberate us from the chaos and disorder of entropy.
Not only are constraints theoretically good, as a practical matter, they are unavoidable. Did you know for example, that many of the iconic scenes in Jaws came about because of a multifunctioning mechanical shark? The original screenplay called for numerous scenes depicting the shark approaching its prey, knifing through the water and attacking its victims.