I've been in a similar situation (highly paid, long hours) and have had the same thoughts so know that you're not alone. It's hard to focus on the big picture when you're working your eighth 80-hour week in a row, you're not hanging out with friends, and you can't even think about a relationship because you have neither the time nor the energy. You're probably not spending the kind of time in the gym you'd like to and going out 4 nights a week like college is just a distant memory. Maybe your friends and family aren't even in the same city.
Here's what I did: I stayed in my chosen field and busted my ass. I met people, got elected to the Board of Directors of a large corp at age 30, increased my knowledge, increased my network, increased capital, and by age 30 I was in a much better position to pursue what I wanted than at age 22. I also had a tremendous amount of experience and other resources to draw on.
So, my advice to you is to identify your long-term goals but realize that they may require some short-term sacrifice (short-term being 3-5 years or so). Also realize that at 22 you don't know shit. I'm not being provocative, you actually don't even know how much you don't know. By 30 you have a much better idea of who you are and what goals you really want to commit yourself to.
BTW, I used to know an FX trader for a large NY bank who called himself the "panther" because he liked to pounce on trades...that's not you, is it?