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Can Talent Trump Hard Work?

The simple secret to success

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If you don’t have talent but work hard, can you succeed? You betcha! You are far more likely to succeed from hard work than raw talent. Talent is defined as “a natural aptitude, ability to do something, or skill,” whether in sports, business, music, or elsewhere in life. But having a great talent…

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Bill Abbate

Leadership Writer and Editor in ILLUMINATION, Leadership/Executive Coach, Author www.BillAbbate.com

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