Is God telling you to do something specific? Are you making excuses? Perhaps you don't think you have the abilities necessary to carry out the task. Or perhaps your schedule is already packed so full that you're physically and emotionally exhausted. In Lysa Terkeurst's book, The Best Yes, she says, "We must not seek direction before obeying His instruction."
Perhaps you're exhausted because your "busyness" has allowed you to ignore an instruction that God has already given you. True that there are dozens of instructions in the Bible that I will spend a lifetime learning to live out. But there are also specific instructions that I read like, "Pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you..." (Matthew 5:44). And there's that still small voice speaking directly to me telling me to stop and send a note of encouragement or visit someone whom I know is going through a spiritual struggle.
It is hypocritical for me to beg for God's direction in my life when I have not followed the instructions he has already given me.
God's instruction for you may not be an easy task to carry out. But just as God told Jeremiah, He will go with you and He will give you the words to speak. Slowing down to listen and obey God's prompting is more important than the list I have made of what I must accomplish today. Let's lift each other up in prayer to have the impact on our corner of His kingdom that He wants us to have.