Here we go again with the master number of 22! And it's surrounding our "way of life." What do we do for a job/business? You don't necessarily have to be paid for this job, but it's how we identify ourselves.
Perhaps the Master Teacher is nudging you to experience a whole new way of supporting yourself. Perhaps it's only nudging you to take the promotion. Will you listen?
The first step is to make the decision and then set the intention. From there, focus on the outcome and not how to get there. It may take a month; it may take a year. But there is a reason it has stuck in your mind.
Even my path is waving its hands and asking me to consider the change - something that has been on my mind for 30 years. It's never too late.
Jim Carey once told a story about how his father took a job as an accountant "because it was the thing to do." It wasn't what he wanted to do, but he did it because it was stable and secure. Years later, he lost his job and the family survived the best they knew how. His take on the moral of the story was that you can lose a job you love just as well as lose a job you don't love. Go for the job you love.