Unfortunately no one can tell you. If you're just starting out though then get the basics down then after that there's no reason why you should go down any one path. Many practitioners, myself included, start off really rather generally just dabbling in things that feel right. Slowly but surely you'll pick up on the bits that interest you the most and that's when you start spending more time in developing a path, not because you have to but because you want to. So basically don't panick about choosing a path, let the path choose you instead.