Diversify your Interests.

What I have been focusing on the past couple of days.

This blog post will be somewhat of an update on what I have been interested about, and how I have decided to grow.

So in order to get the obvious things out of the way, I am most interested in growing my youtube channel, and getting a valuable audience. I would much rather have 10 valuable simpletons, than 1,000 non-engaging ones.

Now onto the interesting stuff.

Since I was a wee-lad, I always had a fascination with physical performance. When I was a child, I was addicted to Bruce Lee, Dragon Ball Z, and action films, and I wanted to do what I saw on the screen…well… at least some of the stuff I saw on the screen.

And so, I started Tae Kwon Do, went at it for a couple of years, and got a black belt. I felt pretty cool. Although now I realize that really doesn’t mean anything anymore. It was good cardio.

And as the years went by, I became interested in soccer, wrestling, and now weightlifting and stretching.

I am trying out various workout routines, and changing it up to keep my body guessing. It is very interesting to learn about how my body works, and how I can make it more efficient. But what is the purpose to all of this?


The point is to diversify your identity. The most well-rounded and successful people all share this in common. They do not stake their mental well-being on one thing. They have multiple endeavors that they can rely on, whether it be a business, exercise, something creative, the point is that if one of their endeavors fail, they can rely on their other ones to make up for the loss.


Pick something up besides your main goal, so that if things do not go as planned, you won’t get discouraged and give up. Have something else you can succeed in, so that you will have the will to keep going.


4 thoughts on “Diversify your Interests.

  1. I hope to have something that I can rely on like you said, but then, after reminding what I am doing now, I cannot start one more thing. I think it is just a Korean 20’s typical problem that we are all focus on studying or having a part time job with no hobbies. It may sounds like an excuse, but even today, I was so busy just because of my school things and part time job… but, the good thing for me is that I have been trying to spend my break time to read a book or a magazine!

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