Next time you sit down to consider what is possible... block out some time not just for the planning but also some actionables that you can do after.
Check this out from Stone…
“The good decisions must be followed through with action. Without action, a good decision becomes meaningless, for the desire itself can die through lack of an attempt to achieve its fulfillment. That’s why you should act immediately on a good decision.”
Let me give an example of this.
Whenever I consult I spend a fair bit of time just listening, trying to understand the challenges + solutions and then…
Delineate what is within my locus of control and responsibility.
As soon as the consult is over I review to see if there are any micro actions that I can execute there and then to nudge the process further forward.
Give it a whirl…