A great deal of visionary people out there fail to make any meaningful progress with their vision. I think this is because they somehow allow the grand vision to overwhelm them so much that it ends up becoming a dream. A vague idea that is never properly defined enough in order for any implementation to begin. It could also be due to a lack of discipline and the necessary work ethic to make it happen. You have to get started, start as small as you can. Then build up some momentum. Whatever you do, ensure that it becomes a daily affair.
And day by day, attending the temple together and breaking bread in their homes, they received their food with glad and generous hearts, praising God and having favor with all the people. And the Lord added to their number day by day those who were being saved.Acts 2:46 – 47 ESV
The early Church grew daily and became a formidable force because they were able to define their vision enough to take action every day. If it will become great, it has got to become a daily affair. When your vision fails to gather some momentum and engage people every day, overtime, people will lose interest and slack off. Their attention will be pulled into something else. When you get serious with your vision, you realise that you must design and kick-start the smallest possible project you can and build momentum from there.
The Lord added to their number day by day because they were also putting in the work, day by day. If your visionary project will become a reality, it has to become a daily affair.