Bumblebees really do defy evolution on so many levels... the wing to body mass ratio alone will have you reeling and guarantee a sleepless night if you ponder it too deeply. What I find fascinating is how many ever lovin' flowers these critters have to visit simply to survive and meet their basic caloric intake. They never really stop moving for any real length of time and they are completely focused on their purpose. Before I get wonky messages, I know that humans have a much higher brain capacity and what I am about to write will raise the dander on some people but, think broad brush strokes here folks... They do not allow for distractions. I, on the otherhand, am completely distractable. I have been known to go on a hunt for the scissors, work myself upstairs, do the dishes, go out to retrieve the mail, pick a few weeds, go look for the rake, discover a box in the garage where the rake was supposed to be, take the box inside and realize that I need the pair of scissors from my original task to break the seal.... see what I mean? Complete waste of time and a total tangent keeping me from my goals. Industry and being industrious takes discipline and focus. As a person earning a living from what you create, you have to create things in order to eat. Life is full of distractions and we have in our genetic code the proverbial cards stacked against us by means of human curiousity. The key to success is to learn from the bumblebee and deny our nature by overcoming the obsticles that tell us something is impossible and just get to work.