Me, many years ago in NYC: "I hate shaving."My roommate: "If you had no hands, you'd be happy to be able to complain about hating shaving." (Even so, I grew a beard.)
Also, I like seeing how opportunities arise - using spreadsheets and forms. Often, business developers are so sure they know who refers them business and how opportunities appear. Often their beliefs are anecdotal and the actual metrics do not fully support them, or identify unnoticed veins of opportunity. This takes effort, but the strategy is about as simple as it gets: Things that work once tend to work again. Things that work twice tend to work over and over again.
When you walk in the gym and suddenly feel tired, how do you steel your heart for the work-out, and even push yourself to do one more rep, one more mile, 100 more calories, ten more pounds?