RunintheCity saidPeople who can sing, dance, draw or paint.
I have no desire to be a performer but would love to be able to sing along to a song and not be pained by the tuneless sounds coming from me.
Drawing, painting, making "art"...ugh...I should have tried more in high school to develop those skills/tools but I did not feel I had the raw talent to build upon.
It's never too late to start!
I started dance at age 22, and although I'm still light years behind people who started dancing from a very young age, proportionally I'm making a lot of progress since I"m older, understanding my learning habits more, and am able to pick up things more quickly. Dancing is all about physics, muscle memory, and understanding music. The first two are just like exercising or playing a sport. If you can play a sport well, I believe you can dance. Rhythm and musicality can be taught as well.
Singing in a sense, is just like learning to exercise or learn a sport. You're using muscles (vocal chords, diaphragm) that just need the muscle memory to learn which pitch to hold and modulate.
Drawing, painting, and making art, and being creative in general, all take time and repetition to become good at it. Just because you don't feel like you're the next artistic genius doesn't mean that you can't become skilled in these areas over time.