You have big aspirations but aren't always motivated to pursue them. You're attempting to balance work and life since you don't want your career to consume you. Fun is your goal too. Want socialization.
You desire peaceful days. Thinking that way is OK. You don't need to be productive to be valuable, successful, or happy. Unlike other indications, you recognize work isn't everything, thus you won't work 24/7. You find it tiring.
Your work ethic isn't the issue. You strive hard to reach your goals. Problem: you're not always clear what you want. Not sure where to put your energies. Because you don't always strive for the same goal, it seems like you don't have a strong work ethic.
Sometimes dreams change. Sometimes you change course. Nothing wrong with it. I love that you can tell when a path isn't working and change course. It's better than continuing incorrectly.
Work matters more to you than most people know. However, you won't talk about work 24/7. You won't worry about work or check your work email when with loved ones.
You strive to be present. Everyone deserves attention. Although you may not have a strong work ethic, you know how to leave work at work. You know how to relax at night.
Because you want to assist, you become sidetracked quickly. When helping others, you often lose track of what you were doing. You put them before yourself and make their priorities yours, so you don't seem to work hard.
Your job is really hard. You prioritize others' dreams over yours. You prioritize being present for others over attaining more for yourself. This is wonderful and unselfish, but remember to take care of yourself too. Let everyone do their thing while you pursue your aspirations.