I compile ideas. Bits and pieces come together and become thoughts, dishes and processes. Then they are stacked in lists. The more ideas the greater the list. The problem is I generate ideas faster than I can execute them. So then there is a backlog of ideas, waiting in line. And once the line gets large enough the newer ideas trump the older ones. And that is unfortunate, because many of the older ideas need to see the finish line. So I create, I write, I cook, and still their are lists. What is important, especially for me is to remember to go back to the lists, read them, dive into them and get them involved. Otherwise a list is just words on a page.