All of these things are great, and will certainly help. But, you truly will not know how motivated you are until you're in the middle of selection. I would say the thing you should be the most concerned with at this point is PT. All the other stuff will come, but if you're not in absolute superb physical shape (like running 5 k in 20 minutes or less at a minimum, or rucking with 80-100lbs for 10-20 miles at a time) you simply won't make it. Even the most in shape candidates fail the course because they cannot take the mental strain or force their bodies to be pushed to the ultimate limit. Try not to get so caught up in having the best resume. Just workout religiously, and when you join the army take on every task with the utmost enthusiasm. NEVER QUIT EVER and you'll be fine.