I have some friends who genuinely believe that there will never be "enough."
That makes me sad.
When we consider the topic of "fill," it's imperative that we keep context. If we're about growth, we certainly want to continue to "fill" the pipeline, the activity level, the relationship map, the "aha" moment bucket for our clients, etc etc.
Keeping context around "good enough" is important, too.
If we get a little better each day, we get great over time. If our "fill" activities are enough that they're taking us out of our comfort zone, and they're taking a few of the people we serve and a few of the people we work for out of theirs, they're likely enough, for now.
My primary StrengthsFinder® theme is Maximizer, and that means it's easy for me to think that we're not doing, getting, winning or growing enough, at least in the here and now. (People strong in the Maximizer theme focus on strengths as a way to stimulate personal and group excellence. They seek to transform something strong into something superb).
Bask in the good feeling of knowing that you will make some incredible things happen this week. And then, next week, when you set out to "fill" some more, do it with the idea that continuous improvement is a journey, and not a destination.