Please: read this comment slowly, and try to understand while youre reading - I have posted these kinds of threads before and always get rushed reading comments because brain is weird idk really. Just go slow and read carefully I guess
Goal 1: you are actively working on your goal, and getting closer to it step by step. You're doing well, keep consisent and you will reach your goal soon.
Goal 2: It is very difficult to write out a goal concerning socializing/friends etc, because there is no parameter that can measure friends. You said youre going to uni and semester starts soon, most universities offer beginners weeks where mentors (older students) take you around town for activities and chilling and shit. Usually pretty nice to go, so I can recommend, Would have certainly helped me if I went the first time I started university, and it really did the second time. Other than that, internet people can be friends, idk the people you play cs with or something. There are a lot of amateur clubs out there with nice people, maybe you can look into joining one of them as well (although it is quite hard to find one where you fit)
Goal 3: No, you do not need a car to be interesting. Also, you do not want to be interesting, but content with yourself and your interests. The "interesting" is just how you come across to other people, and you cant do that without being content with yourself and your interests first. As youre here, I take it you like CS - be open about it, if someone asks what your hobbies are say CS esports and gym maybe? And if you dont say it in a nerdish way, I found that most people will actually pick up on it and be nice/interested. A friend of mine is a huge football nerd but I got him to watch CS/League of Legends with me every week and now hes kinda interested in it as well. Also, interests are not exclusively hobbies. I keep up with politics and economics for example because I like it and it gives me something meaningful beyond uni.
Goal 4: CS is your hobby, gym is your hobby. Either go all out on those two, or try one of the many ways people in this thread have told you how you can find hobbies. As I said, when finding a hobby it is NOT about what others think when you mention your hobby, but whether you can be content with it (if your hobby is not something disgusting).
Goal 5: You got it, my dude. Once your semester starts, go all out in uni. Be friendly, be talkative and most importantly: attend your fucking lectures. Attend every tutorial and peer group pracc you can somehow get your hands on, and go talk to people. Even if its just uni stuff at first, small talk is the literal basis to forming deeper bonds like friendship. I, too, felt really sad because I had no friends in my uni town (400km from home) too and was lonely as fuck. What fixed it for me is a mindset change that just came over time. I realized I wanted to be a more positive person and then just gradually started being more friendly towards anyone and everyone I would meet, even if I was feeling down at that moment. After a while, you can really notice yourself getting more positive and the responses and approaches you get become more positive as well. It is not easy, and youre gonna have to force yourself into this habit at first, but its so fucking worth it in the end. That said, if you achieve your other 4 goals it is certainly going to help a lot, and you should really stick to your goals.
In the end, it really just comes down to you being happy with who you are. Nothing else, because everything else derives from that simple truth. If you want to talk any more or something feel free to reply and ill give you my steam or idk, dont know if hltv has message function, usually just lurk.
Good luck, bro, I hope you can be happy soon.