What Are You Willing To Do?

What are you willing to do to satisfy your heart’s desire? What are you willing to give up to get what you want? What concessions are you willing to make to accomplish your goals? What habits are you willing to put aside to take your life to the next level? What are you willing to live without today so that you can live like no one else in the future? What are you willing to sacrifice in order to become the best version of you?

Also consider the following.

What are you willing to gain? What are you willing to add to your routine in order to realize your ambitions? What new information are you willing to learn? What body of knowledge are you willing to acquire? What networks are you willing to be a part of? What circles of influence are you willing to join?

In this episode of The Mindfullness Show, Josiah discusses why it might be more beneficial in the long-term to center one’s thinking on what should be ADDED to one’s reality instead of what should be subtracted, sacrificed, removed or given up to win. The question to consider is: In what ways are you willing to step out of your comfort zone to reach your pinnacle of success?

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23 thoughts on “What Are You Willing To Do?

  1. I think it’s easy to say that you’re motivated but the proof is in what you actually do to support your words. Great post as usual, Josiah.
    Your blog stats are impressive by the way. Congrats on all you have accomplished.

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  2. Good morning! To answer most of the questions asked, I would say, I’m willing to add mentors who have been there and done all the things I haven’t. I’m willing to take another class on top of my busy schedule. I like meeting new people, so that could be an added bonus too because although we might not have the same journey or the same tunnel vision, I can still learn from them. This way of thinking is different, but it’s good. Sometimes, adding is also good as well as subtracting. If we really look at it, we are still growing, right?

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  3. I once read somewhere that a lot of people say they want something but that they are not willing to work for it, and if that’s the case that it means they don’t really want that something. I had to think of this because of your question: ‘What are you willing to sacrifice in order to become the best version of you?’ and I think it’s really interesting to think about that on a personal level.

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    1. Well captured, Malou! I would add that many people aren’t willing to make the necessary sacrifice(s) because their dreams, goals and ambitions are too small. If a person truly has a great idea, that idea will move that person to action. Thanks for sharing.

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