I'll second Raven - find something you like... you'll motivate yourself.
A couple of similar situations have occurred/are occurring in my family.
First, my wife was in retail management (over 2 or 3 jobs) for countless years, and was getting to the point that she was pleading (literally!) " Don't make me go to work today". Well - she got an invite from a relative to come work at a local doctor's office as a medical assistant (OJT, plus the doctor would send her to any needed classes for certifications). She's been there over 5 years now, and I can count on one hand minus the thumb, the number of times that she hasn't felt like going in. She even feels guilty when she can't go in to work due to illness! :shock: Looks like she found HER niche. Heh.
Now, I myself am to the point she was at 5 years ago... basically burned out, only going to work because of the paycheck, and loathing every minute that I have to put in. My job situation is different, however. I've been at my job going on 15 years (local law enforcement, assigned to corrections) and, being a govt. job, the pay and bennies aren't bad. The worst thing about the job isn't the job itself, but the enviroment - the backstabbing, having the boss (county Sheriff) literally cuss everyone out when everyone is sworn in again after he's re-elected, contract negotiations that NEVER have run less that 6 months - usually 8 to 10 - and always end up going to an arbitrator (over only a 1 or 2 percent raise - and our county is one of the richest ones in Ohio), sheesh - I could go on for pages. The only reason I've stayed even this long is that I've been unable to put away enough funds to keep afloat until my retirement cash-out would come in (about 3 months). The oportunity has finally presented itself that I'll be able to bail out before the end of '05, and cursed be he that stands between me and the door when that time comes! I haven't decided yet just what line of work I'll go into yet, but finances will allow me a little leeway - at least for a year or so - to find something. It isn't very often that a person gets the chance for a fresh start in life, and I'm counting myself lucky that this happened while I'm still young enough to partake.
To conclude this long-winded post...
Don't force yourself into something you don't really like, hoping that you'll grow into it - you'll just be miserable, and left wondering what you could have done with all the time you wasted finding that fact out. Sure, doing what you like to do is fun, but when you are forced to do it, it becomes a chore. Take a step back and look at the "big picture"... sometimes you'll see that there's another - more pleasant - path that you can take.
Hope you can make some sense of my ramblings, Turtle.