Talent vs Skills

Vincent Carlos

If everyone has the assumption that people who are not innately talented at something, such as sports, academics or music, are never going to be good at those things, then those who don’t excel at something right away will be encouraged to try something else.

The individuals with poor hand eye coordination and slow reflexes will be pushed away from pursuing sports.

The individuals who can’t hit a note are told they shouldn’t do music

And the individuals who don’t do well in school are told that they’re just not good at it.

And then, not surprisingly, those assumptions become true.

The individual who was told to not pursue sports never becomes good at hitting a baseball or catching a football.

The individual who was told he wasn’t naturally good at playing an instrument never learns to play an instrument.

And the individual who was told they weren’t good at school ends…

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