During the same sacrament meeting referenced here, a speaker told a story he said he hadn't planned on sharing, but he did because I was there and needed to hear it (it was too perfect to not just be for me).
He owns a business and has a few employees that work for him. Generally things run really smoothly and go really well. He hired someone a few months back that he really liked, but this guy just wasn't up to par. He would come to work late, take long lunch breaks, and leave early. The boss tried to talk to him about it, but it never changed and he eventually had to fire him. He said it was a really hard thing to do because he did really like him, but he couldn't trust him to do the work he'd been asked to do.
(I know you're getting this already.)
He likened that to our work in the kingdom. What kind of work do we do? Are we the kind of person Heavenly Father can trust*? Do I leave work early or come late? Do I take long lunch breaks? Is He going to terminate me, with reason, and hire someone else to do work that I was called to do?
I really am trying to make more efforts on this project. Part of that is putting my home more in order so I can work on it without feeling like I have a hundred other things pulling at my mind (because try as I might, I can't seem to get my cupboards and closets to clean themselves out), but also putting more time into working on the project, and praying for His help before I go to work on it.
I don't want to be fired. I don't want to feel like I failed by not following through. I want to build the kingdom, even in my own small way.
* Which brings me to a quote that I love love love. "If you then go and do what He would have you do, your power to trust Him will grow, and in time you will be overwhelmed with gratitude to find that He has come to trust you" (Henry B. Eyring). Isn't that beautiful?