Christian, it's not perseverance if everything has (heck, if simply just things in general have) been working in your favor.
If you haven't been denying yourself (over and over and over, not just once and not when there is nothing at stake, really at stake), haven't been taking up your cross as to be in a position to lose your life (again and again et al. . . .), haven't had to run in such a way to produce endurance for the next run (and not simply running in such a way that is unencumbered or your path has been made to slope slightly downward for you all your life), nor have experienced and endured pain so as to be trained (disciplined) by it (which takes time, not days, and certainly not briefly), I doubt, then, you are able to know God well enough to determine His will for you.
I haven't even brought up or mentioned discipleship, the Dietrich-Bonhoeffer-costly-discipleship, or submission to mature church leadership, or committed to a body of believers (and not simply congregations made up of your peers or your kind of people) over a longer than a church-shopper period of time . . . but, still, these are relevant as well for knowing God in Christ and, thus, learning to know God's will for you.
Furthermore, how will you help others to persevere? How do you minister to (disciple) those that face, regularly, things not going their way (over and over again). How do you disciple and/or comfort those whose path has been and will most likely stay inclined?
Back-up verses to consider along with my thoughts:
Chip M. Anderson, advocate for biblical social action; pastor of an urban church plant in the Hill neighborhood of New Haven, CT; husband, father, author, former Greek & NT professor; and, 19 years involved with social action.