In life, do one thing with consistency.
Not because that thing is impressive or difficult. That’s actually counterproductive because that would be exhausting and wear you out before you do anything interesting.
Do it because it serves as a foundation for the second thing you decide to do. The second thing might be more interesting. But without the first thing providing stability the second thing would feel random and pointless.
Playing with two things for a while provide you with an education and a skillset where, eventually, you’ll feel comfortable adding a third element to your life without it being too overwhelming. And even though it’s quite doable for you, you’ll now be succeeding at a fairly high level.
When you look at someone else’s success and watch as they juggle multiple subjects you usually think you need to learn how to do three things at once to be like them. But you don’t.
You just need to learn to do one thing.
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