Just about any occupation and career these days requires some kind of education beyond high school.
Right now, it seems like you need help in focusing on the kind of work you may wish to do for the long term. Since you are currently taking some classes, I assume you are enrolled at a college or university.
If you are enrolled at a for-profit/career/proprietary college/univ. you may be better off at a local community college or state-funded university. Note: For-profit "schools" are 1st and foremost businesses with the main focus of earning profits for their owners/shareholders. They tend to be all over the landscape like toadstools and advertise a lot on daytime and late night TV and on the Internet. If you are taking classes at such a school, I recommend you plan on finishing this current semester there and finding out how to officially withdraw (official paperwork completed and submitted) as a student. Some for-profit schools are fine. Some are not.
Most local taxpayer-funded community colleges have career counseling centers. If you are a student at the local community college or state-funded university, I suggest you contact the career counseling office on campus and meet with a career adviser there to help you focus. If you are not a student enrolled at the local CC or state univ. you may have to pay a fee for career counseling services.
A career counselor will help you figure out what path you will need to follow to achieve your occupation/career goals.
To help give you a start in focusing on future work related to the things you love, sports, computers, outdoors, interacting with other people, I also suggest you visit your local public library and ask a reference librarian help you find these books to check out, read, and learn more to help guide you:
Title: What color is your parachute?, 2012 (40th edition)
Author: Richard Nelson Bolles
Publisher: Berkeley, CA : Ten Speed Press, 2012
Title: What's your type of career?: find your perfect career by using your personality type
Author: Donna Dunning
Publisher: London: Nicholas Brealey, 2010
Title: Careers in sport, fitness, and exercise.
Author: American Kinesiology Association.
Publisher: Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2011
Title: Careers in computer science and programming
Author: Jeri Freedman
Publisher: New York, NY : Rosen Pub. Group, 2011
Title: Outdoor careers
Author: Amanda Kirk
Publisher: New York, NY: Checkmark Books, 2009
Title: 120 jobs that won't chain you to your desk
Author: Princeton Review (Firm)
Publisher: New York : Random House, 2007
Source: WorldCat.org - database of library holdings worldwide
Any books your library doesn't hold can probably be found for you by library staff members at another library (InterLibrary Loan.)
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