General George S. Patton once said that a good plan violently executed now is better than a perfect plan next week. A sense of urgency is a trait of champions. They have an inner burn that won't allow them to waste time or miss an opportunity.
Champions know there are no 'throw away' days; that today is not a dress rehearsal for something bigger and better in the future.
Champions go to work each day to make things happen: not to watch them happen or at the end of the day to wonder, "what happened?"
Champions don't 'pace themselves' at work. They know they're not being paid to budget their efforts. They bring it all and they bring it every day. This helps them get more from life as well. The same urgency to make things happen at work carries over into their personal lives and propels them to discover their fullest potential.
Champions don't "stick their toes in": they take the plunge.
They don't just discuss: they decide.
They won't simply study the race: they join the race and more often than not, end up leading the pack!
Get up and take action!
At least then you might stumble on to something. I don't know of anyone who ever stumbled onto something sitting down!