Standing up for yourself
Going the whole hog means standing up to be the person that you are meant to be. You say "This is what I want and what I deserve, and I won't give up until I get it." Making decisions is necessary in order to get things done and to reach your goals. When you finally decide to do something, and you are 100% behind your decision, then powers will arise to help you do it.
What if I don't...?
Not doing what would help you get what you want is quite easy. However, making a decision and sticking with it until you do get what you deserve requires inner power. Being indecisive doesn't mean that you don't know what you want. Instead, it means that you refuse to live your best life, that you don't do what is necessary to manifest your dreams in reality.
Nobody else can live your life in your place. Nobody else can tell you what to do - it's up to you.
Paying the price
It's important to pay the price, whatever it is. Half of your power will lead to only half of the quality of your desired result. When you pay the price, you move forward with all of your power, and you are "there" with your whole being. Always give other people your best - not because they deserve it, they might or might not, but because you deserve it. Half of your power means living half of your life.
But isn't giving your all very exhausting?
I will be honest with you: Yes, it is exhausting. In my opinion, the question is rather why it is considered to be a bad thing to exhaust yourself for what you believe in and for what you love doing. What else could be worth you spending the precious time of your life on it? Getting exhausted is not a bad thing in itself if you are getting exhausted for the right reason.
Of course, I don't recommend exhausting yourself all the time without having a break for recovery. Now and then, you need relaxation and activities that help you recharge your batteries.
First of all, everybody has her or his own load to carry. Your load is unique to your life and to yourself. The main question is "Why not you?" Thinking about your unfair destiny won't yield any results or improvements. Instead, I recommend taking the challenge, accepting that it is you and not someone else who is on earth to fulfill certain tasks, and just do them without much further questioning.