Project planning - 'wild success' vs. overwhelming?
I've been trying to envision wildly-successful outcomes for my projects lately and while this is a powerful way to generate better ideas, it also usually leads to more work. The envisioned outcome may be more exciting and motivating, but the scope of the project has expanded too.
This is making me feel reluctant to envision wild success, because it increases my workload.
How do I take advantage of the 'wild success' idea without overwhelming myself? Am I applying this too broadly? Shouldn't some projects be envisioned and executed at the just-good-enough level? I'd appreciate your insights.