It is the greatest of all mistakes to do nothing because you can only do a little. Do what you can.
I have read that we use all of our brains. The old myth about only using 10% is just that, a myth. But maybe it is true that we never fulfill all of our potential with what our brains can do. I know that I am undoubtedly capable of doing far more than I think I can. There are some days that I simply either don't want to do a task or don't want to finish what I started.
I've always been motivated to tackle projects. But sometimes things don't move as quickly as I want. I've had to remember in this program of recovery that even if only a little is done, that is good enough. None of this has to be done in a day and it actually may take a life time of work. I'm grateful for the reminder that I get when I talk to sponsees who are fearful. Their actions remind me that as long as I am doing what I can, then I'm making progress. I've progressed with honesty and been able to let go of a lot of fear.
It took years to get to the point where I became willing to even admit that I had a problem. The solution to the problem is in working the program. And with the help of the program and my HP, I now know what I have to do. One day at a time, faithfully do a little at a time.