For many of you, it is easy to get new ideas. However, few of you will actually sit down and capture them, prioritise them and decide to plan and act on them.
This habit can be risky. It is not the number of ideas you have that is important, it is the number of ideas you put into action and get to reap their benefits that are important.
A good exercise is to look back at the week that has gone by and write down the various ideas you had and take stock of how man you executed to completion and are reaping the benefits.
The more you do this, the more sensitive you will be to treat ideas with special care.