Let me repeat that just because I am sure you do not believe me.
You don’t have to do anything that you don’t want to do. You do have to deal with the consequences–good, bad, or indifferent–of your decision to resist the urges that others are putting on you.
You don’t have to get up at 5AM to get a good run in before work.
You don’t have to show up for work on time . . . or at all.
You don’t have to go willingly with authorities coming to make a legal arrest.
You do have to deal with the potential for poor health, loss of livelihood, and being taken by force and being charged with resisting arrest.
Consequently, you don’t have to stay out all night with your friends when you have a major presentation to give in the morning. You don’t have to get chili and cheese on your French fries. You don’t have to continue to put off that phone call that you have been continually puting off.
If you don’t want to do it, question your need to do it. You should be working on everything that you need complete, because that would assume some seriously bad consequence if it is not completed.
If you don’t need to do it, don’t want to do it, and get no enjoyment or profit from doing it, then you probably shouldn’t be doing it.