If you’re going to build something meaningful or do something that matters, you’re going to have to be good at a lot of things. But the good news is, you only have to be GREAT at one thing—the practice of failure. Failure teaches persistence—but only if we keep persisting—the result of persistence is creativity. And creativity beats adherence to the status quo every time. That’s how Steve Jobs was able to combine design with technology to build Apple and Pixar. It’s how The Rolling Stones have stayed relevant for so many years by mixing rock with the blues. It’s why the broadway Hamilton appeals to so many different kinds of people.
Combine your passions. Fail. Repeat. You just might come up with something interesting.