So far you have had very little or no idea as to what the future has in store for you. You can easily create your own destiny all by yourself, right here and now.
Write down how you would like your life to be after say, 10 or 15 years from now. Take special care to note down every single detail. If you are going to write just one sentence, forget about it; you do not then know what exactly you want.
Write precisely a description of your work, the position you will occupy (mention your pay & perks) and the details of your job or business. Note down also the nature of your work, diplomas/degrees you will take and the skills you will acquire.
It is good to draw up your proposed house with an architect (spend a few thousands) with an estimate for the same. Detail the roof, wall and floor finishes, toilet, kitchen, launch, study, façade, gate, compound wall. Have a clear and precise concept about your partner, children and where you would be settling. Note down where you want them to get educated with the names of schools and colleges.
Have a precise idea of the car you will be driving, its model and cost. Get a few pictures of it from the auto dealers. Note down, if unmarried, how your partner should be. Detail your family life, type and nature of food, servant/s pastimes, parties, outings, picnics, and the way you propose to behave to your partner, kids, in-laws, relatives, neighbors and friends.
If you have finished putting down your life after 10 years in black and white, you have already created half of your future. The other half lies in thinking about it often. Let it become the predominant thought of your mind. Just before sleeping and immediately after waking up, read the detailed description carefully as if they are already achieved. Keep a copy of the neatly written details under your pillow, in your suitcase, under the glass of your office table and go through them 5 or 6 times a day. If you persist doing these and dream about them with intense desire and urge, you will get or create each one of them by the time envisaged.