Moments of clarity are valuable stepping stones. The question is: What do you do when you experience them?
What do you do when you get a glimpse of the big picture? It may be a project, an important problem at work, a family issue or even a reflection of life itself. The best ideas disappear as quickly as they come.
I'd say, write it down or make a drawing and retain the good stuff as you go. To do so, everyone who's serious about this should have a system to take notes and put it into a smart structure. Not only should we take care of good ideas, we also need to organize them so they're readily available when we need them. And possibly most important of all, that they come back to us when we've forgotten all about them.
This could be the introduction to a lengthy article, but here's what I'll do instead, and it's probably much better than offering specific advice: Make your own system. Decide now how you will be a worthy custodian of inspiration and significant change in your life.
Why? Because it's easy to spot the difference in someone who does and someone who does not. Maybe not for everyone, but the people that can lift you to higher levels; trust me, they know. They know!