I have a dream, not I have a plan.

One of my favorite sections from Simon Sinek’s Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action :

Dr. King’s speech itself served as a visceral reminder of the belief shared by everyone who stood there listening. And that speech was about what he believed, not how they were going to do it. He gave the “I Have a Dream” speech, not the “I Have a Plan” speech. It was a statement of purpose and not a comprehensive twelve-point plan to achieving civil rights in America. Dr. King offered America a place to go, not a plan to follow.