From a young age you have been encouraged to determine the single occupation that you would use to contribute to the betterment of humanity. Despite your interest in the arts, technology, sports and spirituality, everyone you have ever looked up to repeatedly asked you a single question as a child, "What do you want to be when you grow up." In other words, what one interest do you have that is more important than all of the others combined? Of course, this question is asked out of love. Those people you looked up to did not want you to grow up to be a confused adult, lacking the clarity needed to experience meaningful work. They were simply misguided.
As a child, you should have been asked "What do you want to accomplish when you grow up."
This question encourages your growth as a holistic human being, and shifts the emphasis from your identity to your impact. This simple shift in perspective is all we need for future generations to grow up with the empowering belief that they can contribute to the arts, medicine, entertainment, and the sciences of the mind, equally, without being shunned by their peers. If the goal is to leave the Earth better off than we found it, why are we continuously encouraged to restrict ourselves to impacting only one aspect of the Human Experience?