You may be an event planner who is really in the business of stress management or trend spotting. Some doctors are more in the business of data dispensing than caretaking. The best hairstylists I know are actually in the healing and empowerment industry, and some of the best receptionists are in the same business as bodyguards-- they're protective ninjas. Some project managers exist to motivate. Yoga studios are community builders. Waiters sell charm, residential real-estate agents sell comfort, and we all know that bartenders are really in the therapy business.
Fill your day with Creative Genius-inducing environments and actions. Imagine it. The whole point of this "perfect twelve exercise" is to actually create those ideal twelve hours -- or as close to it, even if it's just fifteen minutes, as frequently as possible until that idealism is the fabric of your everyday reality and lifestyle. Day to day makes up a lifetime. Make each day your work of art.
It doesn't matter what you do for a living or from where your money flows; declaring how much money you want to earn, attract, and throw down is mighty empowering. Ideally, what you do for a living has something to do with your Creative Genius. It's always good to have your muse and your money in the same room.
If you're going to realize your intentions, what you stop doing is just as important as what you start and continue to do. This is where "quitting" crosses over into enlightenment. Stopping = the white space. Stopping = room to run free and create from the deepest place of being without restraint or compromise. Stopping = more time for what matters most. You know how to go, go, go. Stopping, however, is the stuff of smiling Zen masters with all the time in the world. Stopping what's distracting, draining, or aggravating doesn't require any heavy lifting or extra stamina--just love and self-respect.