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i game upon a video made by Gary Vee explaining what to do if anyone is lost after graduating college. it got me thinking about the real world and i feel like if you have no goals, no achievements to work towards to, wouldn't there be no purpose of life? right now, i have no interests and no idea what i want to be when i finish college, i guess i'll just have to explore and find something i'm passionate about but i can't figure out where to start. i want a long term goal that i can work towards so that i don't feel worthless and can stop procrastinating and actually get motivated because i want to achieve something im passionate about to make me enjoy life better (it's hard to explain how im feeling but i hope this makes sense). i understand that there's no 'plan' or 'map' for my life but i definitely want to find out what path i wanna take and what i need to do to live the life that i want to live.

if anyone could leave some advice for me and others who are struggling to find their dream career and life goals to work towards to, it would be very appreciated.
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