Tim Notke once said 'Hard work beats talent when talent fails to work hard'. Everybody has various talents from math to soccer to technology. This is because without hard work talent is meaningless and you can create talent with hard work.
Even though you may have a talent you will lose it if you won't work hard. Your natural gift will be wasted. If you do not practice what you have already learnt you will soon forget it. This is why many people say 'practice makes perfect'. Talent is something that is a natural gift but easy to lose.
You can easily create talent if you concentrate and work hard. It will become more like a second sense as you do it more. Say you are bad at math. You will soon become better and understand it more if you practice. Talent is easy to create if you work hard.
Many say that talent gives you an edge. It can make you in front of everyone so you will need to do less work. However, Talent is like the hare--stubborn. It rests after a while. On the other hand, Hard work climbs gradually to the finish line and in the end, Wins.
Overall, Talent may give you a head start in life, But talent always finishes the race. This is because without hard work talent is meaningless and you can create talent with hard work.
Though talent gives you a head start in life it honestly doesn't come to all. Some talents are useless, Such as Licking your elbow. Ok, you can do it YAAAAYY... I also agree with those who are saying that talent without hard work is wasted. I had a talent for drawing. Woo hoo. I could draw a crappy person instead of a stick figure. Now, I've worked hard and I can draw Pretty good if I do say so myself. Finally to the "resent study" poster, IQ is not an overarching test for intelligence. I tells how good You are at picking out patterns. It pattern recognition is talent, I am extremely confused.
Yes, hard work is more important than talent as talent will only carry one so far. If one is not willing to put in the work to harvest and cultivate their talent, then the talent itself is essentially useless. Hard work and perserverance will beat out pure talent any day.
Talent is useless unless you work to achive it. If you have talent it doesn't mean can sit on the couch all day and then expect to be great. Just because you have talent doesn't mean you can go on the court be the star of the team. Just like Kevin Durant says "Hard work beats talent when talent fails to work hard". And he has proved that himself!
I do support because without the hard work the talent is useless!And with determination you can surely achieve your goals!There is an old saying that with your hands in your pockets you cannot climb the ladder of success!Hence I think that persistence with determination can always assure you suceess. And talent alone is useless
Talent gives you a head start, but hard work makes you finish the race.
Some "no" arguments (talent over hard work) say that profoundly gifted individuals have an edge. No doubt, but how many truly are "profoundly" gifted? Not many, at most. Which tool is more important, the one that everyone can use for every purpose, or the one some can use for some purposes?
Hard work trumps talent. Yes, even if a talented person can trump a hard working person (or vice-versa, because there's always someone better). Hard work, is something everyone can possess; it can help everyone for just about anything. Talent? Only some possess it, even less use it properly.
People who have both, are amazing. Why? Because not only were they naturally blessed, they've kept at it. Talent without hard work becomes meaningless. Hard work without talent stays hard work, it oftentimes makes the skill second nature - something talent rarely does.
No doubt talent is still important, but the question isn't "which one is important and which one isn't?" It's which is MORE important. Hard work is, because whether you have talent or not, you can have hard work. Hard work is not a genetic miracle like talent seems to be. It's a way of life, a personality trait that can be ingrained into each and every one of us. That is why it is more important.
Many people think that all you need to succeed at anything is talent. Talent is all very well and helpful to anyone wanting to do anything. However, talent alone, without the perseverance to ensure that helps one achieve is useless. This is as true with writing as it is with any other activity. A child can exhibit a great talent for ballet dancing but without good teachers to guide that raw talent and the child’s perseverance in practicing that her teachers teach her and honing her talent, she will never be a famous ballerina. It is the same with a writer, a child can show an exceptional talent for story telling, but if he ignores his teachers’ comments on how they could improve, and doesn't work on his stories, he will never be a great novelist.
I think talent is pretty much useless. I think this because yes you could have a lot of talent, but if you don't work hard where's that going to get you. Talent can take you far, but if you don't work hard at what you are naturally good at that is not going to get you far.
Hard-working people have a passion for what they are doing. Talent can get someone to a high level; however, hard work takes people above and beyond This is because when someone is passionate, he or she is more motivated to take the work and create something new and amazing with it. Talented people who lack passion also lack motivation and will to create something that has never been seen before.
You cant do anything without hard work it is the crucial aspect needed and without it u cant even enhance ur talents even if u have one. Talent is nothing without hard work. There is a difference between a natural talent just there to help u along and an inborn talent which can be improved and cultivated by hard work.
Talented people will have an easier time trying to succeed in life than thy who are untalented. It will be easier for them to find a good jo0b, because if they are good at a certain activity, certain jobs will be easier for them. Also, they will have a higher chance to get good grades, hired, and succeed. Without people that are talented, there will be less jobs being done creatively and well. A talented man who works hard will have better chances in life than someone who just works hard.
Anyone can just work all day, get paid, good grades, etc. However to really succeed you must find something you are good at. Talent will help some people to invent, build, sell their products, etc. Without natural talent out society would be nothing. It'd be bland, and human technology would take longer to advance. Therefore, we need the talent.
The talented people get farther in life, as long as they are working as hard as the hard-working people. While this may seem like a pro-hard work argument, talent gives people an edge over hard working people, and it is the reason why there is such a thing as natural talent and I honestly have no idea what I am talking about.
Of course, Working hard is required in order to succeed. Having a talent without paying any effort won't bring us achievements. However, If you do not have the talent in certain aspects, It means that you shouldn't waste time in working hard in those conditions. Try telling a fish to climb, No matter how hard it tried, It will not succeed as the fish has no limbs. Focus on the stuff you are good at.
The reason I think talent is more important is because, if you have a talent such as, singing, dancing, being funny, or acting then maybe later in your life you will become someone will enjoy watching!! But WAIT... I'm not saying that hardwork is useless I'm Just saying that maybe if you want to become a actor, actress, singer, dancer, or comedian then maybe Talent aid More Important! But wait there's more for People That Say Hardwork is more important, well listen to this some people are BORN WITH A NATURAL TALENT! So that means they don't need hard work to practice it! So Anyway This Was Written By A Elementary School Kid!!!!!!!!!!!!!
When you are a kid, all of the adults would talk about how important hard work is, but if you are doing something professional like a job then talent will go the distance more than hard work. Even though celebrities say hard work is more important they just say that to get $$$$$$$
For example, in volleyball, the role of a middle is very important. A middle is a tall player that blocks the other players. Although, through training, shorter players can jump as high as the tall players, this isnt important. Whats important is the fact that tall players will take half the tome to reach the height while shorter players will not be able to reach the optimal height of blocking in time.
Hard work alone is not enough to become the best. Take any great scientist or sportsperson; of course they worked hard but it was their inborn talent that got them a notch higher than the average person. The way I see it, if you have a lot of talent, the only danger you face is becoming complacent. Talent here is defined as a set of traits that cannot be acquired by simply putting one's mind to it. In sports, this would be things like reflexes (You can improve your reflexes a little over time, but only a little. Mostly, its inborn). I'm not saying that hard work is totally useless, but I definitely do not agree with the common perception that the hard-working underdog can beat the talented (and equally hard-working) genius. It's a notion that's made to sell movies to the general public
Talent has facts to back it up. Unlike hard work, talent can be proven. Talent is the factor that really decides who will be the top. Yes, hard work will get you so far. But, hard working people without talent are never the best of the best. We would all love to believe that hard work can get you anywhere. Sadly, Olympic medalists are always people who have hard work and talent. Otherwise, (without talent) one could never be the top.
In olden days people used to make historic things with talent not with hard work or determination No, talent is also important for success.If you have no talent or skill, how will you work hard. All the famous and successful people in the world had skills and talent so they worked hard, used their talent, and climbed the ladder of success.So nobody should ever say that talent is not important