However, some people seem to fail to take into account the fact that this case is very rare. Instead, in most cases, teenagers don’t show significant talent in specific aspect or their potential haven’t been developed yet. It’s meaningless and unrealistic for them to pick one activity and pay aimless efforts. More importantly, it’s hard to define the so-called important one. Doing various activities provides teenagers a chance to try different things and find their real interest. One man’s meat is another’s poison; indeed, nobody really knows what their preference lies in unless they are given the opportunities to do different activities. Switching from one activity to another definitely gives young people the opportunity to explore their real interest and tap their unknown potential.