It’s interesting. When you wait for something too long, you can lose interest partially or entirely.
In the same way you can hurry too fast, and it can feel rushed or pushy for those who don’t share the same sense of urgency.
When you ignore the clues from anyone, and are working on a team, you’ll arrive at death by consensus.
You’ll lose those who push for change, lead the way, find opportunities out of problems and hustle in a way that makes other people’s heads spin. When you mire innovators with anchors of reasonableness, you lose opportunities and go the way of the dinosaur.
Pay attention. Perfect is the enemy of done. When you wait for structure to the point of crafting the perfect plan, you’ll end up with a slightly different version of what you’ve already got and little passion or momentum moving it.
Don’t buy the race car if you can’t handle the engine.