I spend a lot of time with my head in the clouds. To me, the best ideas are the ones unhindered by trifles like logistics. Or reality.
The question I always start with is: If I had unlimited time, capital, and resources, what would I build?
It’s impractical, sure, but to me it removes a critical barrier in my planning process. Instead of asking, “What am I capable of?” I ask, “What’s possible?”
Jason's post has some inspiration in it for learning to combine a head-in-the-clouds mentality with a slow-and-steady work ethic to achieve your goals effectively.
This is something most startup founders and devs will deal with at one point or another, so it's a helpful piece of advice.