News flash: you don’t only have to be good at one thing. Also, if you’re embarrassed to try something new, then maybe you believe that mentality more than you realize.
I have a few main skills that I’ve been passionate about for most of my life, but there’s been others too. Dance, soccer, fencing, softball, graphic design, etc. I’ve also been heavily interested in subjects like Ancient Egyptology (I studied hieroglyphics for a while), astronomy, geology, Latin, dream interpretation, economics, etc. The point is that life is much more of an adventure when you’re consuming with a purpose, and it’s especially more exciting if you have more than one interest.
But sometimes people think pursuing more than one or two fields of interest is risky or unwise. It’s considered unfocused, which can turn into a waste of time since you seem to have no real direction in life anyhow. It’s an argument that can appear truthful at surface level, but I have some more news for you: you don’t always have to do it professionally, although trying isn’t a bad idea.
I could tell you the reason why, but then there would be no reason for you to discover it on your own. Besides, I couldn’t put it into words anyhow since there’s so much to learn and everyone has their own adventure ahead. All I should say is that if you’re interested in multiple subjects, consider that itself to be a talent, and run with it. I wish I could the world as a place where everyone was okay with failing and learning for the sake of learning.