Santa Monica, California, USA
Aw, Ess, a fool can't follow his/her bliss, being unable to grasp the concept at all due to foolishness.
Campbell's concept of bliss has nothing to do with willy-nilly impulse, or slavish dedidication to pushing one's crap into a ball.
The misconception links "bliss" with temporary infatuation, or a blind devotion to something which might be absurd.
Campbell's "bliss" is a fairly simple concept. "Do what works," is a possible summation. And like all fairly simple concepts, it's a bugger when one doesn't have a handle on it, and inescapable whether one has a handle on it or not.
Campbell's point, I think, is that if one shuts down the brain-yap that prevents one from being whom one is, "bliss," an experiential "being-ness" is an inevitability. It doesn't necessarily make one "happy," a misreading of "bliss," but it gives one the opportunity of living life withn the context of one's own authenticity. It has nothing (and maybe everything)to do with getting on with things.
Enough already from me. Best, Jimbeaux