To organize and execute is only the first of three ingredients in the pursuit of making ideas happen. The humbling truth is that ideas are not made to happen through solitary genius or ingenuity. As exploration of the forces of community will illustrate, other people always play a role in pushing ideas forward.
Ideas gain new dimensions when other people get involved. Concepts are more quickly refined and holes in my logic more quickly exposed. As I engage others in my projects, I become accountable for being productive and following through. The forces of community help me capitalize on feedback, stay nimble, and share the burden of execution.