Vision vs Idea

When you have an idea, chances are you're trying to solve a quick problem, thinking of an alternative solution to a situation, having a thought, or simply making short-term plans. Ideas are instant thoughts in which you typically act upon right away or within a moment. Since our mind is constantly working, we tend to have ideas on a daily basis throughout our days. 

On the other hand, a vision involves more thought, planning, and commitment. Visions tend to be long-term and involves a personal journey. They are also goal-driven actions which will lead you to an ultimate accomplishment. Visions focus more on the visionary and impact on a bigger emotional level according to the visionary's ultimate goal.

In order for a vision to come to life and have a solid starting point you need to have an idea of what you want. When you begin to plan your vision you come up with ideas which contain your desired vision. Although idea and vision are distinct, they work in unison to make your vision come to life. 

An idea is what fuels your vision and that's why it's critical to brainstorm ideas before you begin to form your vision. Every action needs a starting point in order to be executed effectively. Let your ideas run wild and put them to the test. Figure out ideas that align with your vision in order to pave a clear road towards your final vision.