Clarity and focus provide your plan of "what" and "how," but when it's time to get things done, it's all about actually "doing" it. This might sound simple, maybe even overly so, but this is where you're going to spend most of your time. Approaching it well-prepared and with the right philosophy will make all the difference towards your success. I want you to remember the 3 Ps of Execution: Persuasion, Production, and Presence.
Using strong persuasion skills, you'll be able to get support from others who can help you execute, and will undoubtedly benefit from your success. Being able to clearly and confidently state why your vision is authentic and important is the key to persuasion. From there, you'll be well-aligned for production, or getting things done faster and more efficiently.
This requires you to practice Production Before Perfection (PBP), which is a terrific way to combat procrastination, because you get started and continue to work in parallel progress instead of waiting for every single detail to come into perfect harmony. Before you know it, you'll actually be finished with a task or project, while others without the PBP mindset are still fooling around and banking on tomorrow. This will enable you to really stretch your paradigms and see where you can REALLY go, which will undoubtedly be far beyond what you thought you were capable of reaching!
But for ultimate execution, you need to do more than just convince people to support you and help you knock out stuff on your to-do list. Using your strategic presence, need to engender voluntary change, which is long-lasting and will have far-reaching effects. Your positive actions and behaviors will inspire others to exceed expectations consistently and wholeheartedly, with courage, good judgment, and integrity.