Since desire is a feeling, but willingness is a choice, you have a decision to make about the extent of your willingness.
Will halfway discipline get the job done?
At some point, you must decide whether you are a person who takes half-measures or full-measures, who dabbles feebly or commits totally, who goes part of the way or all the way.
You must decide whether some of the effort, some of the work, some of the requirements, done some of the time, will accomplish your mission or lead to the life you desire.
A life full of mostly good things done partially will not lead you anywhere you desire to go or help you become the person you desire to be.
It's time to evaluate and make your decision.
Are you a halfway person or an all-the-way person?
Brick by brick. Do the work.
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