If this is you, understand that this is a normal and actually a healthy place to be.
Who’s to say we’re supposed to always have next steps 100% figured out?
If you’re not sure what you want to do, I’m guessing there’s a good chance that you DON’T want to do what you’re doing now or what you just left?
Instead of trying to think or guess what you can do next, utilize the information that is already out there to help you.
Sites like this one, Indeed, among others have tons of job descriptions. Simply type in some keywords that illustrate the kind of work you would like to do (i.e. Customer Service, Training, Account Management) and see what comes up.
You are simply using the job descriptions that populate to help you get a sense of what types of roles are out there.
Read them casually and when you see something within those roles that interests you, insert THOSE keywords and keep searching.
As you do this, the picture will become clearer: you will find roles that interest you and roles that do not. Both are valuable.
Finally, once you have some ideas for your next step, find folks who are already working in those roles and see if they’d be willing to talk to you so you can learn even more and get the full story.