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Be organized around your passion but don't let your to-do list rule your day-to-day.
I'm a lot the same: some days, I have items on my to-do list that will never get done because I am just not in the right mode for it (meanwhile I bust out some other fantastic piece of productivity). Being able to listen to your own instinct is killer when you own your own business.
It's a luxury many folks don't have access to, especially 9-5ers who are sucked into the realm of "put out this fire, ok, now put out this fire, ok, now put out this fire..." and so on.
Many freelancers/entrepreneurs escaping the 9-5 office world for the first time take this into their new businesses as well, and it's not an easy habit to break.
In any case, great post and food for thought, certainly.