Execupundit.com: Quote of the Day. Robert Benchley hit the nail on the head with this one. Anyone CAN do a lot of work, when it isn't the work he is supposed to be doing. What about the human mind drives this truism? In my law practice, there is something freeing about working on files that I enjoy, as opposed to the ones sitting on the desk that I am supposed to be working on. I have no problem getting up in the morning and working on technology related stuff; because I love it and am passionate about it. Another truism, find something you love, and are passionate about, and do it for a living. Easier said than done, right? We are conditioned in our youth to meet others' expectations about our lives. If we are lucky, we figure out, early enough to enjoy it, that we have to live our own lives.