Even if you're not exactly sure about what you want from your future, there's a definite, sure-fire way to at least get going. Start going through all your memories. See what you've wanted to do since you were a little child.
Look for patterns. I'm not talking about becoming an astronaut because you wanted to when you were seven. I'm saying that you should look for the things you love and have always loved. Like if you wanted to learn the piano for years, but never got to. Or if you always loved working with people, but ended up working on computers all the time.
Those are the sorts of things you go for. Because if you have a deep desire to do something, it might be because you were made to do it. So if you take action towards those things, you automatically add value to your life.
So go take piano lessons. Or help out at church or whatever it takes to satisfy the desire you've neglected for years.
Or if you know that you want to turn that something into a career, start planning and moving towards that. You don't always have to just drop everything and upend your life. It can be a gradual shift towards your goal.
Bit by bit, you'll get where you want to be.
One day, you'll look around you and realize that you took charge of your life years ago. The day you started chasing down your dreams.
Thank you for giving me dreams and wishes that can guide me towards what I'm supposed to be doing.
I'm sorry that I shoved them aside for so long. It was a terrible mistake, and I want to live my life as you intended.
Please help me find those dreams again. Help me to find a way to bring them to life, Lord. And please help me to let them come true.
I ask this in Jesus's name.