Here's a section about the frequency of draws in modern chess, within a wiki. I can live with a 50-60% drawing rate among elite players and top computer programs (even), but the 80+% figure for modern correspondence chess (not clear if computer assistance always allowed, but probably) is a bit disconcerting, though may make sense given that time controls for correspondence are snail's paced. A little more disconcerting was the high percentage of draws in the last world championship, in spite of Magnus often trying hard to win, it seems. If pressing on in rather dull positions doesn't often work, maybe go for sharp positions when allowed, if one wishes for better chances to win than usual. If draws are a turn-off, one can always consider Shogi (Japanese Chess) or other chess variants thought to have higher rates of decisive games (or stick to chess at fast time controls):

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Draw_(...uency_of_draws