Very interesting topic. I think I can relate to the problem you describe. I would say there are two aspects of it that are difficult for any person to deal with, regardless of age or where you're at in life.
1) The feeling of being on the move without the security of a firm footing, and having to change your goals as you go along.
In your own words:
"Sometimes we see something and work on it and then it comes back at an even deeper level to be worked on again. I have been frustrated at times most times actually."
I know this feeling. It's like you're climbing high on a really long ladder trying to reach some distant star in outer space, but as you climb, the length of the ladder increase and splits off into multiple ladders going in multiple directions, and then you realize the star you were chasing was the wrong one and you need to navigate elsewhere just to find your bearings. It's a burdensome feeling isn't it? :P But I believe it's also what makes us human -- and what makes being human so rich and wonderful.
Now, I believe that there's another important aspect to what you describe --
2) Being afraid of where your own potential might lead you and being frightened to embrace new opportunities.
I think this is a problem faced by all of us at various stages of life, but we rarely admit to it being an actual problem. I can't even begin to tell you how many opportunities I've squandered in my own life. Life constantly throws up challenges and opportunities, and it's down to us to either face up to things or ignore them. Life is hard and often we don't believe we have the strength to face up to things that appear difficult or impossible. But at the same time, facing challenges and hardships is the very thing that helps us to grow -- both mentally and physically. Personally, I know that I haven't lived up to my potential in life, and one of the reasons I love watching Chris and AMTV is because of their courage and can-do spirit. I continue to watch this channel because I feel their energy and can-do spirit rubs off on me. I love the fact that this channel is driven by pure passion and a strong work ethic -- they just put the message out there without worrying about criticism, abuse or censorship. This takes strength and courage and there's much to be learned from it.
At a slightly deeper level, I don't know if you read philosophy at all, but I would recommend reading the works of thinkers like Nietzsche, Dostoyevsky, Kierkergaard and Albert Camus. They have all written extensively on themes relating to self development and individual growth. You might find some of their books helpful.
Lastly, If you feel that you can personally relate to Chris then I would recommend watching all of the videos in the self-help section located here: https://amtvmedia.vhx.tv/self-help