“A dream does not become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination, and hard work. “~ Colin Powell, former U.S. Defence Secretary.

Everyone has their own unique set of skills making them the individual they are. Hard work can help you perceive the skills you wish to enhance or develop.

 “Natural talent” is a term we use to describe those that are born with a unique or helpful skill. In some ways talent and hard-work go hand in hand and in some ways they seem as though they fight each other. While hard work has proven to show consistent results, 

“Natural talent” is something we have twisted into believing when we have seen something we aren’t able to understand. Therefore that brings me to my ultimate belief that “natural talent” are words we tried to simply put meaning behind, and hard-work is the only way to attain your goals and experience success.   

I don’t believe in the concept of “Natural talent”. Saying this I may elaborate my thoughts further. 

 Some people are able to do things better than others from the start, yes that I believe in. I don’t believe in the ideology that some made it to a high point of success with their “natural Talent”. You will get nowhere in life without working to become better. 

Talent is a small part of success,  Hard work is significantly more important than whatever source or type of talent you have. Even if someone is able to do something you can’t, that small talent is completely useless if there is no work or commitment put towards it.    

    “Nothing can be achieved without hard work.”  

Yes talent plays an important role in achieving the success you wish to see but if you depend on talent to push you, you will achieve nothing. 

Hard-work and commitment can give you talent but the success wont come from the talent itself will appear from the amount of work you requisition. Do not become discouraged because of what you see or is said of others, put in 100% and in return you may be rewarded with whatever byproduct you created for yourself through the system of “process”.

Article by Jerin Sharif April 01, 2021/ Posted 06/26