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  • Hardwork is more important

    Talent may get you places but if you don't work hard you won't last long. Hard work can get people from a garbage worker to a state employee! No matter how much talent you have, It will never exceed the amount of work capable from someone who genuinly works hard.

  • Talent requires hard work

    Without hard work there is no talent. You have to work hard to get to a certain level of talent. For example, Just because singing runs in your family, Doesn’t mean you don’t need to work hard to get where you want in your singing career. Therefore, Talent needs hard work.

  • Talent is dependent on hard work to be of any use

    Hard work is a quality that some people have possessed, But you can apply it to everything to achieve anything you want. Talent without hard work is like burning yourself out of your potential. Also, Talent can also be inspired by hard work, So if you work hard, You might find something you are good at that you didn't know before.

  • Working hard creates the talent you have

    When your a hard worker you will start realizing what your strong in and what your not strong. If you have talent. You basically just have something to display at. But when your a hard worker you will develop talent and skills. For instance all of the celebs we see. Yes they have talent but they got there talents from hard work. Practicing, Rehearsing, Run through. Memorizing. All of that takes hard work and dedication.

  • Most Talent Comes From Hard Work

    Some people might be naturally better at something than someone else, But without hard work, You can’t become the best of the best. Ronaldo just doesn’t pop out of his mom’s stomach and say “I wanna be da best socca pwaya in da univus! ”, And suddenly he becomes one of the best soccer players in the world. Just no. He had to work super hard to become the best of the best.

  • So thing is

    My mom’s going to be a little late this year and I will go to the jewel and get my mom to get her food and then I will go get some food and get it now it’s up so I’m not doing it now I don’t know how you can go but you got the food you need me I get you some stuff for us

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  • Practice makes perfect

    If you have talent that would make you not want to practice because you think that you know everything. You really don't. There is always more to learn. Talent is something that we all have but we also need hard work. Why do we even have a talent if we don't use it?

  • Talent doesn't help you

    Talent may give you a head start in life but it won't help you unless you shove the, "I'm special and I can do this without studying, " aside and you actually study for the thing you need to do then just saying that you don't need it.

    Some people may be talented, Sure, But it won't help you unless you push yourself and do the thing most of us hate, Studying for the test you have 2 days from now, Take a practice test, Have family members test you and see what you miss and then go back and study what you miss.

  • Hard Work Is Talent. Its a fact.

    Some say people were born with talent in their blood. Some say hard work is talent. Personally, I think its hard work that is talent. Below are reasons why, And evidence to support my argument.

    Sure, Getting born with being able to do stuff that most can’t do gives you a head start, But it doesn't mean you have REAL talent. Do you think Beethoven or Steve Jobs, Even LeBron James were born with talent in their veins? No! Beethoven was deaf, But he still was able to make music! DO you think it was easy for him? No! All odds were against him, But he still tried. Steve Jobs was abandoned by his biological parents at birth, But his adopted dad knew mechanics and technology, And he learned from him! Are all basketball players born with skills? Are all tech geeks born with electricity in their blood? Was Albert Einstein a genius at birth? No! Some say people were born with talent in their blood. Some say hard work is talent. Personally, I think its hard work that is talent. Below are reasons why, And evidence to support my argument.

    Sure, Getting born with being able to do stuff that most can’t do gives you a head start, But it doesn't mean you have REAL talent. Do you think Beethoven or Steve Jobs, Even LeBron James were born with talent in their veins? No! Beethoven was deaf, But he still was able to make music! DO you think it was easy for him? No! All odds were against him, But he still tried. Steve Jobs was abandoned by his biological parents at birth, But his adopted dad knew mechanics and technology, And he learned from him! Are all basketball players born with skills? Are all tech geeks born with electricity in their blood? Was Albert Einstein a genius at birth? No! But, Hard work led these ordinary people to their fame or to their "talent".


    I have a challenge for you!
    (You don't have to do this, Just I think it would be fun ^-^)

    Comment down below a famous person (or someone you know, And think is great at a certain thing), And state how they surpassed challenges and worked hard to achieve talent. Like post when done (optional)

  • IQ Level (intelligence quotient)

    You all know what IQ level is, right ?? You cannot get more IQ level by working hard. It is something which is inside you.It cannot be beaten by hard work. Example- A boy works hard and completes a a specific task in 6 days. Another boy (whose IQ level is high) completes the task in 3 days. That just like half the time!!!!

  • Recent study about talent.

    We’ve all heard that hard work is the key to success. But a recent study found that the “profoundly gifted” still have an edge over peers who have less natural talent but are perhaps more dedicated to improving their skills. Have you experienced the power of talent over hard work? Or have you found that success comes to the person willing to put in the most time and effort to achieve it?

    In the Sunday Review piece “Sorry, Strivers: Talent Matters,” David Z. Hambrick and Elizabeth J. Meinz describe this study, along with their own research findings that support the idea that talent, not dedication, is the ultimate predictor of success:

    Exhibit A is a landmark study of intellectually precocious youths directed by the Vanderbilt University researchers David Lubinski and Camilla Benbow. They and their colleagues tracked the educational and occupational accomplishments of more than 2,000 people who as part of a youth talent search scored in the top 1 percent on the SAT by the age of 13. (Scores on the SAT correlate so highly with I.Q. That the psychologist Howard Gardner described it as a “thinly disguised” intelligence test.) The remarkable finding of their study is that, compared with the participants who were “only” in the 99.1 percentile for intellectual ability at age 12, those who were in the 99.9 percentile — the profoundly gifted — were between three and five times more likely to go on to earn a doctorate, secure a patent, publish an article in a scientific journal or publish a literary work. A high level of intellectual ability gives you an enormous real-world advantage.

    In our own recent research, we have discovered that “working memory capacity,” a core component of intellectual ability, predicts success in a wide variety of complex activities. In one study, we assessed the practice habits of pianists and then gauged their working memory capacity, which is measured by having a person try to remember information (like a list of random digits) while performing another task. We then had the pianists sight read pieces of music without preparation.

    Not surprisingly, there was a strong positive correlation between practice habits and sight-reading performance. In fact, the total amount of practice the pianists had accumulated in their piano careers accounted for nearly half of the performance differences across participants. But working memory capacity made a statistically significant contribution as well (about 7 percent, a medium-size effect). In other words, if you took two pianists with the same amount of practice, but different levels of working memory capacity, it’s likely that the one higher in working memory capacity would have performed considerably better on the sight-reading task.

    It would be nice if intellectual ability and the capacities that underlie it were important for success only up to a point. In fact, it would be nice if they weren’t important at all, because research shows that those factors are highly stable across an individual’s life span. But wishing doesn’t make it so.

  • Anyone could be hard working.

    Hard work without talent can only take you so far. Not every talented people are lazy bums. Everyone can be hard working but not everyone has talents. Talent IS essential. Talented people just need a little nudge of hard work and they'll be zooming their way to success. Sorry strivers!!

  • Talent is also necessary for success.

    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.

  • Hardwork cant beat natural physical capabilities

    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.

  • Hardwork is dumb

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  • Science Proves This

    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.

  • Hardwork makes you a labour but if you have talent than you can be a celebrity !

    Talent is something god gifted so talented person can not be ignored in professional life, but sadly a hard working person can be ignored.
    Sometimes it happens most talented person is lazy but that means hard work can replace talent.Talent gives efficiency to our work but hard work develop our labour qualities.

  • Natural talent is a big thing, even bigger than Nurturing something.

    Example:
    People invented new Zealand’s got talent, than the judges say “you’re a natural” that’s because the people who get on that show and win it, are natural, and get there talents naturally. Its not like they call it “new Zealand’s got hard work.”
    natural talent, it’s not a myth. My argument comes from the achievements of people like Mozart, Michelangelo, Einstein, Michael Jordan etc… and my association with some very smart people in real life. I believe some people have more natural aptitude than others in certain areas. This is what I call natural talent.

  • Talent is more efficient in the real world

    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 $$$$$$$


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