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  1. Yes, there are certain tendencies and givens. But they are discovered and developed only through work.

    It is quite possible that you, for example, are a natural genius of culinary art. But until you start trying, learning, and working, no one will ever see any results(including you).

    With a competent training system, you can bypass the more talented ones with great efforts. The talent that kicks a fool will always be in the underdogs.

    As a result, work is still more important if you look at the proportions of the impact on the quality of the result of some kind of activity. Although sometimes there are terribly tight people who do not understand and do not feel.

  2. TALENT (starting natural advantages) – the direction in which it is beneficial for a person to improve – all people are talented in their own areas, but to varying degrees/degrees.

    Talent alone is not enough to achieve great success – you still need a lot of work.

  3. One of my friends assured me that Mozart was not a genius, but his father was a gentile solfeggio teacher, who taught the child how to arrange sounds and pauses in harmony, combinations of dimensions, etc. For himself, this friend decided that you can become a poet through a system of memorizing words, synonyms, antonyms, semantic subtexts, etc.and, working as a fireman in the theater, he wrote down words in his pocket notebooks or constantly repeated them. A few years later, its lyrics formed the basis for songs by several well-known artists and the songs were performed on “Song of the XX-year”. True, the friend also had a higher technical (system) education.

  4. Talent in physical terms =large areas of fields and subfields in the brain. that is, the number of neurons in the visual fields of artists, in the auditory fields of musicians is MANY times greater than that of the average person.

    Develop talent = increase the number of connections between these neurons

  5. From a scientific point of view, one can only speak of an innate predisposition to certain abilities, for example, to mathematics (Davis et al. 2014), reading (Luciano et al. 2013), music (Ukkola et al. 2009), creativity (Luciano et al. 2013) etc. Therefore, the answer to the second part of the question is no, people are born unequal in terms of abilities. However, the development of these abilities and their transformation into talents (outstanding abilities) depends primarily on the work of the person himself. One of the tasks of parents is to determine at what stage the child initially stands in relation to a particular talent. After all, as a rule, people like to do (and achieve success) those things that turn out well. And it turns out that there is also a genetic predisposition to this. It is possible to find out what abilities a person has a predisposition to by passing a genetic test.

  6. We are programmed by our genes, which carry a predisposition to certain areas of development. Here people fill in about work and diligence, but if this work and diligence will be present in a person who has markers in his genes that initially increase his characteristics, then the rest of the competing people will have to look for their vocation in another.

    Do you understand what's going on? There is no equality, Themis smokes and keeps quiet.

    Here is an example in the photo, Denis Tsyplenkov is an armwrestler with a fairly rich track record. Once I found and developed my talent. Pay attention to his palm. This is a demonstration of your physiological poverty, because his handshake is fraught with an open fracture and shattering of bones, if of course it pleases him. How to compete in arm wrestling with the Hulk? That's hard for me to realize.

  7. Well, I think. no one will deny that some people are born perfectly pick up the melody by ear.

    how? were they practicing? no. I sat down and started playing.

    Of course , to become someone else, the inclination will not be enough, you need to develop it.

    But deny it. that there are naturally strong abilities for anything is impossible.

  8. At MSU, my professor Figurovskaya said that at the age of 19 you are all geniuses, and then it depends on you. In short, from experience, of course, people have aptitude and talent in various fields, some are brilliant in the exact sciences, others in the arts, but you can never achieve success without difficulty. Geniuses burn out quickly if they are lazy, and a person who works hard can become a great professional. True, geniuses in science and art cannot exist without God's spark, that is, talent.

  9. Professor Savelyev profusely crucifies himself on this issue. He says that the same part of the brain in different individuals can differ in its effectiveness by 40 times. And when the resolution of CT scans grows up, we will be able to conduct a blessed cerebral sorting. This will allow you to select an activity for each member of society in accordance with the capabilities of his brain. So far, the distribution is done by touch, and not everyone is lucky enough to find their place.

  10. there is a set of properties obtained by a person at birth – they are called innate and these properties include certain talents, makings, and so on. However, there is still an opportunity to develop something in yourself-and this is called acquired qualities and abilities. Therefore, the makings at birth are important, but it is also important how the person himself developed them – because it is one thing to get something simple, without merit,and another – to earn, earn.

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