Resistance is normal. It's a muscle that can be retrained.
Once you get momentum and you take small steps, you will start to see the snowball effect.
I see resistance is normal. You want to do something or achieve a goal, but at the same time you have a moral dilemma. Do I pursue this now? Or push it on the back burner?
We've all shared problems of motivation, time, resources. What really got me inspired was the book ReWork from Jason Freid over at 37 signals.
I got a tip last week, about handling paper that's sitting on your desk. Each time you find something on your desk and you don't do it. Punch a hole in it or draw a small circle on the sheet each time you don't take action.
If you find enough holes on the sheet, you know that it's finally time do something about it.
It changed the way I thought about producitvity in the office. I run a virtual office and this really upped my game.