In Others’ Words: Talent
There’s something to be said for talent.
I do believe talent counts for something — a lot of things. Talent is the first thing that opens doors for us — the first thing that catches someone’s eye.
You join a choir or an art class or write a short story for middle school English class … and someone — a teacher, perhaps — takes notice. They encourage you.
Talent lands you a solo. Or a blue ribbon in a regional art show. Or a position on the school paper.
But Stephen King is right too. (What? I’m going to argue with Stephen King? Well, maybe someday — but not today.) Look around you: You are surrounded by lots of talented people.
The question is: How are you going to move from the talented crowd to the successful crowd?
That’s where the hard work comes in. And if you look closely at the definition of hard work the words “never quit” are tucked in the small print.
In Your Words: How has talent open doors for you? And how has hard work helped you achieve your dreams?
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