4. Do give the work a name as quickly as possible. Own it, and see it. Dickens knew Bleak House was going to be called Bleak House before he started writing it. The rest must have been easy.
8. Do change your mind. Good ideas are often murdered by better ones. I was working on a novel about a band called the Partitions. Then I decided to call them the Commitments.
Source: Roddy Doyle, quoted in Ten Rules for Writing Fiction (which you've probably seen mentioned elsewhere online since posting last month).
Frankly, I also find this advice extremely reassuring because I have just retitled my story collection.