Yes, this is why there are people out there that others look at and say "you're so lucky" and "you always get your own way" and "good things always happen to you". Those are people that line themselves up and take action when inspired.
One of the Abraham-Hicks CDs has some comments about inspired vs. non-inspired action. They use the Hicks' as an example of success that defies the traditional action viewpoint, and say there is not enough action in the world to lead to that kind of success. It is about aligning with your desires and taking inspired action, not about plugging away.
Magical Mama, joyfully home educating my three wonders: FR (12/02), EG (05/05), DK (06/09)