Of course, sometimes you get lucky and can achieve it on the first attempt, but chances are high you have to take 2,3, or 10 attempts. Many invest a lot of time, work hard but then they give up after failing for the first or second time (additionally they also don’t always work smart). It simply does not match their expectation. In actuality, every time you stand up again and you try again it is increasing your chance of success (even its just incremental); assuming you learned from your mistakes.
So if you don’t even enjoy the game and on top of that you cannot appreciate the opportunities poker can bring, chances of failure are extremely high.I encourage you to do a very exhausting job for a few weeks. I.e working as a cashier in a shitty grocery story. I did it during my university days for 6 months. It was the best experience I could have had, even though I hated it. If poker goes really bad, even for extended periods, I know that I am still doing 100 times better than working for somebody else or simply doing unfulfilling work (for me personally).