I believe great creative visionaries are only one small part creative and one large part analytical. Creative visionaries must come up with ideas, but ideas are a dime a dozen. Most importantly, they must use efficient, insightful and analytical processes to judge their ideas and to prove them out.
I believe it’s necessary to work in an environment where you feel safe to fail, where you feel safe to flounder and where you feel excited about bringing radical new ideas to others without fear of unfair judgement. You will need to learn the ability to defer your own judgement and to look for the ways something might succeed instead of focusing on the many ways it could fail.
I believe you will become a great creative visionary and you will be amazed at what you achieve.