The ability to convert ideas into concrete things is the secret of distinguishable success.
— Henry Ward Beecher (by Matthew Brady; Public Domain)
Let’s face it, many simply never begin to dream—they go through life in a reactionary state of being. Others design impressive visions in their mind, but the generated energy hits resistance in the conversion phase and quickly dissipates. Either condition leads to the same result. Have the lofty ideas, and then move them forward down the path as efficiently as possible, trying to maintain that initial level of energy. And that will lead to distinguishable success.