The wrong perspective can hold us back from so many things. When you start to believe that talent is the most essential piece to the puzzle of success, you've built up a wall all on your own. You think to yourself "I'll never be that good because I just don't have the talent." You either have it or you don't, right? The problem is that believing in natural talent assumes that to be successful, you have to be born under the right circumstances. You assume that you must have a marked innate ability to do something well just because you are you.
As soon as you start to think that, you've already denied yourself the chance. You won't let yourself go beyond your self-made wall. Talent is real and it makes a difference, yes, but not having it doesn't block you out of doing whatever it is you want to do. You can be good at something without being naturally talented, it just might be a little more difficult for you.
What it really comes down to is passion, dedication, and the belief that talent can also be learned. When we see talent, we gawk and marvel at someone's "gifts," but if you stopped to ask them, there was likely years of hard work on top of that. The Olympic sprinter ran as fast as they could every day of their life, the musician picked up a guitar and played until their fingers were bloody, and the brilliant mathematicians of the world couldn't stop themselves from satisfying their own curiosity in numbers. You want to be successful at something? Then stop holding yourself back. It's time to change your mindset and forge your own talent.
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