What problem are you trying to solve?
I was once told the story of a university that needed to find a solution for the lack of student parking. They invested a lot of time in meeting, studying, and budgeting for a better on-campus parking solution, but could not find a cost-effective way to do so. They brought in a third-party consultant who was able to determine very quickly that the reason why students needed a parking solution was because there were insufficient options to lock up their bicycles securely. As soon as the university installed options for students to lock up their bicycles safely, the parking situation went away. It is worth the time and energy to invest in truly understanding the problem you are facing.
Exploring beyond our boundaries is like this story. The journey of discovery is like being surrounded by a heavy fog. Our destination could be just on the horizon and we would never know. I am convinced that, in most situations, quitting prematurely is responsible for more failures than a lack of ability. Be realistic in how much time you can devote to an activity - even if it is just 15 minutes a day. Once you set that realistic goal, however, be disciplined. You will be amazed at what you can accomplish with just 15 minutes a day, if you are disciplined about it.