I gave myself the trouble to critically analyze your statements. I hope you enjoy.
"I have many business ventures, but I am unable to find that one certain spark that I am ridiculously passionate about"
R: I don't find coherence in having many business ventures and saying that you can't find the spark... to have many business ventures you have to have some spark. People are not robots that just do things automatically. This doesn't make sense.
"I have found a love of business and entrepreneurship in general, but I am searching for something that I wake up every morning and am excited to start the day"
R: You say that "you have found love for business and entrepreneurship in general" but nothing that excites you when you wake up every morning... that means you have not found love for business and entrepreneurship... it's like you like to dream of being an entrepreneur but you don't like to work for it. That is inconsistent.
"I have difficulty with making decisions regarding what business to go all into and I don't want to go down that path again and waste precious time. Does anyone have suggestions?"
R: At the beginning you said that you have "many business ventures" but now it takes you a long time to make decisions about which business to start. This doesn't make sense either... You expect people to tell you or give you ideas about what business to do... Mentoring is supposed to help you with your business, not to give you business ideas.
"Should I just go keep trying new things? A few things I do know, I love healthcare, medicine, & biotechnology (I was an RN for 8 years)"
R: What you say here doesn't make sense either. You say you "love" health care, medicine and biotechnology and then ask for the spark that turns you on. I mean, isn't that spark?... If it isn't, how come you love that? Again another inconsistency.
"I love technology, AI, AR, & VR. I don't code and don't want to learn how (aside from the basic HTML, CSS, and python I already know)"
R: Now you love technology... and you say look for the spark that gets you up every morning. Worse yet, you say that you don't code but you know HTML, CSS, Python!... If that's not coding the what is?. Again... you are being inconsistent in this statement as well.
"I don't mind getting dirty to get things done; building websites, trying marketing tactics, contacting people but am also able to outsource and do a good job finding the right people. I do have a difficult time finding business partners"
R: You say that "I don't mind getting dirty to do things" but you don't want to learn to code! that wouldn't mean "getting dirty to do things"... unless your approach to technology is at the user level... like selling or renting AI, AR, & VR products or services.
Finally... what happens if your passion is to do nothing?... to be asleep and live life effortlessly and full of comforts... if you like the idea, something is wrong... seriously.
Meditate what you have written and find the inconsistencies, not everything is passion in this world, mature people act based on responsibilities. Passion can give you a boost but it is discipline and commitment that sustains the business. If you only look for your passions you will end up being mowed down by them.
Zeno said "for the man who is rational by nature, obeying nature and obeying reason are the same"