It's time to press pause on the idea creation and start making some of them actually happen. Plan the work, then work the plan.
I find that most leaders live somewhere between hypothetical and reality, between theory and application. Most of the time, we can develop a great idea without understanding the cost of implementation. Part of developing an idea is what it will take to see it into reality. On a fundamental level, I believe this is the "tipping point" idea; taking theory and making it "practicable".
As you develop new ideas, what are you doing to see those ideas become reality?
In your leadership, how are you getting people to embrace the plan and then "work the plan"?
Answering these questions is the difference between hosting a think-tank and breakthrough leadership.