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What Job would you like to have 10 years from now?

I hope to be my own boss and have my own business because I am too old to be an employee.

What kind of business you want to have?

Nothing in my mind now..I don't have a specific plan...it is just a dream.

I'm not sure whether I used "nothing in my mind" correctly, and I mean that I don't know what I will do. What can I say instead?

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    There's nothing wrong with saying [I can think of] nothing in particular, just as you have it in the subject of the question. – Jason Bassford Apr 25 '20 at 15:46
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“Nothing in my mind” works well, although it would be idiomatic to omit the “my”:

Nothing in mind.

You might also consider (if applicable/true):

I haven’t decided yet.

I haven’t really thought about it (yet).

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