I did a lot of growing in my early 20's, emotional and spiritual growth, learning how to become a "health focused", self observing individual, and at about 23 I hit that stride. Not a stride of perfection or ease, but a stride of endurance. In the four years since then, I've moved on to wrestle with something else entirely: vocational ownership. Though we may each encounter different areas of growth in different orders, at different times in life, I believe that we are always learning something new about how to function within ourselves, in relation to God, and in this world. We are works in progress, if we choose to progress at all.
From what I can tell, the secret to vocational ownership is a combination of self awareness and action. I think it's safe to say that people are usually strong in one of these areas and weak in the other, only achieving balance over time and hard knocks. This summer I've seen the first fruits of that balance in so many ways, both exciting and scary (sometimes simultaneously). Repeatedly recently, I've jumped and God has caught me beautifully, and delighted so deeply in my heart each time. Choosing to engage daily with both the things and people tangibly in front of me, but also with the thoughts and stirrings of my heart-- and respecting them enough to step out in action-- is no small thing. It's hard, but so so exhilarating!
May you also engage with what is hard for you-- there is simply nothing better. :)