Lots of times you may identify a problem you'd like to solve, whether it be work, personal, neighborhood-al, or mineral. Perhaps this is a thing that's been irritating you for a while, or maybe it's a new dilemma you suddenly have to conquer. I've found that the hardest part is at the beginning when you have to get your head around the issue at hand. Once that's handled and you know what to do, next comes the trickiest stage - actually having to get off your ass and do what needs to be done.
Why does this relate to Bill and Ted? I'll tell you! Like right goddamn now!
In Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, you may recall both Bill and Ted were briefly incarcerated for harassing a mall worker dressed as the Easter Bunny, or whatever the hell it was. They managed to elude their captors thanks to Ted concentrating incredibly hard to remember to later place a tape recorder of his voice in the jail to distract the guard. The ploy worked, they escaped, then went on to give birth to Hitler's grandmother. Or maybe that was the third one.
So, intent is the magic word. If you are up against a challenge, plant the intent square in your brain and start moving. It doesn't matter if you can't see how your actions right now will ultimately lead up to the goal, no matter how imposing it may seen. Get up from your chair right now and start moving your feet in the direction of the solution. As long as you keep the pure intent in your mind, in this current moment, it will guide you to where you want to be. And if that's hooking up with some hot princesses from the dark ages, so be it.