I've gone through this multiple times. So from experience ...
YOU ARE NOT A MACHINE!
You are trying to shut down a business and start a new one. Either of these is incredibly difficult, and doing both at the same time verges on the near impossible. But you're doing it. And from what you've said here, you're doing it very well.
About this time last year, I ended up in the hospital for an emergency appendectomy. Sprint season for masters rowing was about to begin, and I had been training to have a great year. Rowing camp went well, my sculling speed was coming along, the quad was clicking along, and one of my best friends and I had just decided to team up in a double. And in the space of a week, all that training stopped, my sprint season was over, and it looked like my recovery would take too long to put together a good head race season. AND I was changing jobs and moving to a new city. Like you, I was floundering. Did I want to keep rowing, which was taking up more and more time that I didn't have, or did I want to do tris again, or did I want to just ride, or did I want to take up tennis, or what the hell am I going to DO? (Because we always have to be doing something!) And all of this was coupled with my gearing up in the new job AND going through the annoying "Don't lift more than 15 lbs. Don't run or ride or swim or row or anything for at least 6 weeks." I even had my rowing coach worried about me riding in the launch!
So I spent most of last year and most of this year to date floundering about what I was going to do. I went from a hard rowing focus to a running focus to masters swimming to riding 200 miles/wk. I signed up for IMAZ (Nov.), then decided I didn't want to take the week+ off to do the race. So then I signed up for B2B. THEN I decided I didn't want to do tris at all, especially not long ones!
Here's where I am now: Last year wasn't particularly productive from an athletic standpoint, but that's okay. I eventually learned to accept the floundering, and I think now it's been good for me mentally. I'm a restless person, and jumping from thing to thing is sometimes (to quote Martha) A Good Thing. And this year is going to be a baseline year. I'm just going to see where I am in the sprint and Oly world. Maybe do a 1/2. I just can't for the life of me spare the mental energy on committing to something more. I've given up on the idea that every year, every season, must be a great year. It just doesn't. And it can't be.
I'm not sure there's any advice there. More commiserating and venting about my own training. But if you need someone to be accountable to, I can do that. I'm good at damning silences! Just pick your target (if that's what you want to do).