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You are right… that is a tricky question to answer.
In my opinion it isn't about what you need to purchase but about what you should be working on. Why not try shooting a short film or a music video (or anything that you have never really tried before). See what kind of difficulties that you face and then you may figure out that you should buy an extra LED light to use while shooting, or that you really need at 35mm lens because your current ones are not getting the look that you need.
If you have the money, then buy anything that you like, but I think that if you really want to learn and progress your skills more, the best way to do that is to put yourself in a challenging situation and figure out how to overcome it – and if that means buying some new equipment, then do that.
I will add if you do not have a slider for your camera then get one of those as they make for some excellent shots. Not that I can afford it J
Hope this helps in some way!