One of the points I made strongly in my first book Get Everything Done And Still Have Time to Play was that I could use my resistance to doing certain tasks as a guide. The reason for this is that the things I tend to resist are those that take me out of my comfort zone. And the things which take me out of my comfort zone tend to be those actions which are going to take my life forward. If I just do those things which I feel comfortable doing, I will end up stuck in a rut.
It would probably be oversimplifying things to say that I could boil this down to two recipes:
1) To be a success: first do the things which you are most resisting.
2) To be a failure: first do the things which you are least resisting.
Hmm… maybe it’s not oversimplifying things much at all!