Working on a project is certainly not the hardest thing to do in our lives.
We might feel otherwise at times.
This reminds me of an anecdote.
A guy calls a plumber to fix his sink.
The plumber takes a pair of pliers and lightly taps the pipes twice and says it’s done.
It will be $100, the plumber says.
A $100, are you crazy? For tapping on the pipe twice? The man exclaims.
The Plumber goes like, Well, tapping on the pipes is $5, knowing where to tap them is another $95.
The hard part is not the work itself.
It is knowing what to work upon. Once you have this figured out, getting the actual work done is a mere triviality.
I hope you pay the plumber.