First figure out what you want in life. No limits. Figure out who you want to be. If you want to own a private jet, or a luxury house, cool. If you want to be known for something or leave a legacy, awesome. Just grab a piece of paper and spill it all out. You’ll figure out the rest later, just do this now.
Realise that most people are lazy and most won’t amount to anything even though everyone wants big things. The take-away here is that in order to get what most people can’t have, you’re going to have to do what most people won’t want to do. Get used to being uncomfortable.
Find something – anything – productive to do. Maybe it’s drawing, maybe it’s coding, maybe it’s writing a review or maybe it’s refreshing your math skills. Whatever it is, try to meet a minimum goal of 25 minutes of productivity a day. Next week make it two instances of 25 minutes and so on.
Once you’re learning, working out and focusing on developing yourself, you will be amazed at what opportunities open up for you. Always keep moving forward. There really are no limits. But most don’t have this figured out, especially after college. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise, just do it.