You don’t know what you want. Accept this fact. Only when you have accepted this fact will you dare to try to find out what you like. Want consist mostly of emotion and emotions correspond directly to what we experience. Track jogging is not an experience until you’ve tried it out yourself. Therefor you don’t know if you want to track jog until you are already doing it.
Want is not a grand overall emotion that spans like a sky over the earth of our lives. It’s a realtime event. And the only thing you’ll ever know about want before the trying is if you want to find out if you like a, b or c. Before trying, want is about a probability of a sort that is most often far to complex for you to measure, let alone understand. Trying to figure out what one wants in life has become much like finding the meaning to life itself. Which is, interesting as it might be, a truly useless pursuit.
Be kind to yourself. Stop trying to figure out what you want. Go out find out what you like. Life will be laced with far less anxiety that way.
And is that not, after all, something we all would like?
You have to do only two things in life; you have to die and you have to choose. And when it comes to choosing, making the choice is always more important than making the right one.