I've heard it; you've probably heard it: "God's got a plan for your life."
If this is not an essentially teleological observation, I expect that it is meant to encourage one to be in synch with who knows what to get who knows where.
The Wright talk on After you are Christian provides part of the answer.
The other part was set out in our sermon last Sunday. The speaker told us. Start. Get going, take a step and being prayerful, growing in wisdom and being attentive to the Spirit in the Word of God, God will work all things together for good...as we travel the ups and downs of life. Our Father will join us in our experiences to work in a path that we take together.
He didn't actually say all of that, but the first bit he did. The rest follows, of course.
Now what a relief that would be to a younger person, I would think, puzzling over the cute evangelical injunction implied in 'God has a plan for your life'. The plan is there; the NT is full of it. But for you, or me? Get on with it.