We don’t like doing things that involve work. That’s just a fact. We would much rather secure results with no trace of work to be done to get them. For example, I’ve been trying to learn some new things recently, and the most irritating part of the process is in between the beginner’s luck stage and mastery. When you hit that learning plateau where you don’t get much better and just have to keep on practicing until you master the skill. It’s the section where you just endlessly practice. The one where you don’t feel yourself improving. We hit that plateau with a lot of things in life, and I guess that no matter how annoying that part of learning is, it’s necessary. You have to move through the stalemate in order to hit a positive inflection point where you begin to grow.