Current aspects may have you rethinking a career or business plan. That's actually a great idea. You seem to have a good idea, though what you need to do is balance your idealistic concept of what is possible against a diversity of practical concerns. Give yourself time for this—you seem to be involved in a thought process that will take about six weeks. My first question is not "is this thing too idealistic" but rather, are you reaching for what you know would be the very best goal? However, before you get there, I suggest you strip your plan down to its most basic elements—what you want and why, what you need and why, and what you want to accomplish. Consider how you manage your reputation. To what extent is your strategy defensive (laying low, protecting your supposed image) and to what extent is your strategy proactive (carefully cultivating the reputation you want, and deserve, for what you've accomplished)? Gradually, your logical mind will take over, and I suggest you run all your ideas through this particular mental filter. Keep reducing your idea till you've arrived at the bare essence, and understand every element of your plan or idea. Then toward the end of the month, you're likely to rethink it yet again, only this time with greater clarity. Then you will find the missing piece, the creative gem, the love in the dream.