Everyone wants to be considered visionary. I know I do. But more important than that, I want my life not to be marked by just vision alone; I want my life to be known for action...that I actually did what I set out to accomplish.
But to do this, you must not only know the vision, you must have some concrete idea on how to get there.
For example, it isn't enough to know "true north" for your life, organization, or an industry...or even culture. You need a practical roadmap to get there. You need to know how many tolls you will pass, how much gas it takes to get there, etc.
I find many "visionaries" don't like this level of planning and preparation. It can feel stifling. True visionaries know this is just part of the process and push through this aspect.
Sure, anyone can be "visionary" (or at least pretend to be). Not everyone can lead others in how to get there. You need to be able to do both, or, find someone who can help translate vision into action.
I guess I could just sum up this post with this fact:
There is no Steve Jobs without Steve Wozniak. Either find your Woz, or plot the path, not just the destination.
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