Do You Have to Pick a Lane?

Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue
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Some people have more than one interest when it comes to what they want to do in life. This can make it difficult to find a career path and focus on one thing. Therefore, a person might decide to do many things with his or her aspirations. But is it more efficient to pick a lane or is it okay to have multiple interests and pursue them? Though the answer is different for everyone, it could be okay to pursue more than one interest, and this is why.

1. You get to live your life the way you want to.

Most people don't want to live their lives with regret, so by pursuing multiple interests, people might allow themselves to explore who they are and what they want out of life.

2. You may have something to fall back on when times are slow.

If a person has multiple interests and pursues them, he or she may be able to rely on one interest to make him or her money when another endeavor goes through a slow growth period financially.

3. You may create multiple revenue streams.

A person with multiple interests may be able to monetize these interests, creating multiple sources of income over the month, which could help him or her financially.

4. You may be able to both work and give back to the community.

By pursuing multiple interests, you may be able to do something that helps you in a financial way while doing something that contributes to the community. This might be a fulfilling path for you.

Though picking a lane can help you concentrate on one thing at a time, it might also limit your opportunities. Therefore, the best thing to do is decide what benefits you more and go for it.

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Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue writes lifestyle articles.

Omaha, NE

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