As great as dreams and visions are, they don't happen magically with a snap of your fingers. You have to take action to get where you want to go. Dreaming and thinking up ideas is easy for me - putting them into action is a little bit more difficult. However, the dreaming and the acting go together for me - when I'm 'high' on an idea, I'm ready to take massive action to make it happen. So taking time to dream will mean more energy to take action - I just have to make sure that I start taking action early on in the dreaming so I don't just get stuck in thinking and wishing.
In spite of all I just said about intensity before consistency, I actually do really like consistency in some areas of my life, specifically my home life and my relationships. The comfort of knowing that nothing is changing at home and with my family and friends (no drama, no intensity) allows me the freedom to go out and be intense in the world! So while they aren't goals per se, I want to continue that consistency in my life of having supportive friends and family. I'm also making some daily goals, as I've mentioned above. But all of my daily goals are either short enough or vague enough that I can actually accomplish them every day without feeling trapped. Every day, I will move and be still. Every day, I will introspect and interact. Every day, I will input and output. Every day, I will dream and act. Every day, I will be intense and consistent.
I have a few other dichotomies that I've been thinking about, and that I might write more about later (parts of myself vs my whole self, technology vs. nature, flexibility vs. strength, status quo vs. experimenting), but for now, it's time to go out and get some input, motion, and interaction. :-)