I got my degree in public speaking, but as a part of that I also had to take a bunch of bullshit theater arts "electives." Turns out one of the dance instructors used to be the lead backup dancer for the Randy Rodgers Band. I didn't know this until I had already taken two of his classes. After that, I took more. I later graduated with a minor in "Country Western Dancing" (only in Texas). Though I still maintain I have no rhythm, and outside of country music, I simply can't dance. (I went for the easy minor, because I was good at it... And yes, I was already married when I minored in it, so I wasn't trying to get laid -- trust me, my wife is as hot as I can get.) It was one of those things where the more you know, the more you realize what you don't know. I always wanted to learn how to dance. Or maybe that's just "white guy syndrome." Focus: What have you always wanted to learn how to do? Why? Did you ever get "almost there"? Alt. Focus: What's over-rated? Spent all that time learning to play guitar, got laid a few times in college off it, and now all the sudden playing the chords to Yesterday doesn't have the same effect in that project managers' meeting?