VISION ISN’T ENOUGH BY JOSHUA SWEET
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always carried a notebook and a pen. I’ve always been a daydreamer, writing down and refining my hopes, goals, plans, and dreams. I’ve spent my whole life creating ideas, envisioning where I wanted to go.
The ability to create, iterate, and reiterate a vision has always been a part of my life. However, I have constantly made the same mistake: Every major personal failure in my life has been the result of spending too much time attempting to create a “perfect” vision, as though such a thing actually exists, before taking action.
It’s far better to adjust an imperfect vision through failure than to wait for a “perfect” vision before you take action. If you wait for perfection, you will never take action.