Actually, I'd go so far as to say that dissatisfaction is something desirable.
When we look at our idols -musicians, writers, businessmen and women, photographers...-, we think they've all got everything figured out. In reality, most struggle with very similar things we struggle with.
Successful people use this in their favor.
Success comes when we embrace that dissatisfaction and turn it into a force that pushes us to create more.
On the other hand, satisfaction might lead to a lack of motivation and ambition.
Just remember to want the right things (why and what you create, not how), try to stay as consistent as you can (don't be all over the place), and let that dissatisfaction drive you.