Not sure if this is on topic, but here is my rant:
If you don't try something, how will you know if you like it or can do it? Most of the idiots in this world (somewhere around 80% are idiots according to my very scientific research) are content to do what they do, don't like change, and are afraid of anything they do not understand. It's not that they are dumb or unmotivated, they were taught to be that way by another idiot.
I pick my own wild berries to make wine & preserves, learned how to build & use a still, go fishing with home-made flies, smoke my own salmon, cater full-course meals for family gatherings (my apple pie is the stuff of legends), grow my own veggies in pots on the porch, can do the waltz, fox-trot & tango with my girlfriend of 3 years (with whom I have never had a fight) draw & paint, go camping in the summer & skiing in the winter, volunteer at the SPCA, play Texas hold'em with the boys every week & have rebuilt 2 motorcycle engines. And I have a day job. I'm sure there's more but I'm drinking & can't remember.
If I could figure out how to go into business with all this stuff I'd be rich (and my yellow pages add would have to be HUGE). No one appreciates the Jack-of-all-trades. All the money in the world goes to the specialists, but who wants someone who can do only 1 thing? Not me. Unless I need brain surgery.
I am slowly learning not to tell people they are idiots. They don't seem to appreciate it and worse, they might believe me. To each his own.