I've discovered that my enormous capacity for enthusiasm is my greatest strength. Now that I know this, my only responsibility is to water my enthusiasm. This is the key to making everything easy. If I can't muster any enthusiasm (which happens when I've been kicking around my golden-egg laying keister), the 90-minute workday comes to the rescue. After a week or two of extreme permission-giving, my enthusiasm starts flowing again.
I'm curious – is this concept pivotal for anyone else besides me? If you knew that instead of making yourself do [x], you only had to do what it took to be enthusiastic about [x], what would that change for you?