Why You May Not Be As Talented As You Think You Are

25 Jun 2015 12:31 | JHRS (Administrator)

Our fascination with talent goes back a long way. Though conceptions of talent vary, they tend to agree on one point: Talent is performance minus effort. In other words, if two individuals are equally motivated and expend the same amount of effort to accomplish something, the most talented individual will perform better.

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