I would advise against rushing, as designing tokenomics, testing, auditing and regulatory compliance all take time and are very important to keep you and your potential users safe.
If you are thinking about creating a token, you may first want to consider:
- what is the purpose of the token?
- why would someone need to use the token?
- could the solution operate without a token?
- could the solution operate using either the native currency of the blockchain (Ether) or an existing stable token instead of the token?
- could the solution be cloned and have the token removed, yet still operate (without the token)?
As you plan for your token to potentially have value, your solution should have appropriate testing and auditing:
I would look at developing, testing and deploying your smart contracts using tools such as OpenZeppelin CLI or Truffle.
I suggest looking into getting appropriate advice on regulatory compliance.
You should also look at the design of your tokenomics of your token.