I've always been the type of person who liked to do everything.
My dad once said I was destined to become a "Jack of all trades, master of none". And I get that. If you don't devote yourself to one skill set, you might not ever really get good at it.
I had a sculpture/ceramics teacher pull me aside during college and tell me that she thought I was meant to sculpt. She said I had the skill, the talent, and it came easy to me. I could easily sit there for hours playing with clay and making things. She asked me what I wanted to do with my life and I didn't really know how to answer her. I loved theatre and performing. I loved music, pretty much every way of making it. I loved art. I told her my major was in Communications and Theatre Production, she shook her head and said, "Change your major. Devote yourself to this and you will be phenomenal. Keep chasing all of those other rabbits and you'll never catch any of them."
She was a wonderful teacher, and I loved her classes, but I found myself thinking. "That's okay if I don't catch a single rabbit. I'll grab a leg off of one, an ear off of another. Eventually, I'll have enough pieces to make my own kind of rabbit."
I think it's okay not to have a clear cut goal with your talents. If you stay completely focused on a single aspect of yourself, you may miss out on something that you find you truly love doing. I know I'm a little old not to have a focus for myself, but I'm hoping one day I'll find it. Then I'll use my Frankenrabbit talents and be glad I have each and every one of them.
Listening to: LOZ Link to the Past OST
Watching: Once Upon A Time
Eating: Mac & cheese