Much of what I do in my daily schedule as an entrepreneur would not make for very interesting or exciting reading. While there are the highlights like launching a new course or planning a new project, 95% of my time is spent in "maintenance mode", in taking what works and repeating it over and over again. Answering questions from course participants, checking on and updating course material, replying to reviews, doing research, etc. Some persons may call these things, the ones without the fan fare, the ones that are done quietly, the "boring" bits. And whereas new products, services and ideas play a role in business, I have found, for me at least, that it is the "boring" bits that contribute the most, and in fact massively, to success.