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Different Talents of Different People

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Zach Strevig

on 29 April 2014

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Transcript of Different Talents of Different People

Everyone has Different Talents
The quote, "There is nothing more unequal than the equal treatment of unequal people," was said perfectly by Thomas Jefferson. Everybody is treated differently based on a lot of things, some are more common than others.


Every Person is Unique
No two people are the same, and everyone has different strengths and weaknesses. These each make every person different and diverse from anyone else.
Everybody has talents, some people just have more than others, but that does not mean that person is below that person. If it pertains to sports, one can practice and make that hard work beat talent.
There's Nobody Above Another
Some people are naturally gifted in certain aspects of life and some are naturally gifted in other aspects. People have different skills and interests than others, but hard work can be more successful than talent
People have Different Talents and Skills
Different Talents of Different People
Sources
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/wired-success/201011/why-some-leaders-are-more-talented
http://eyler.freeservers.com/JeffPers/jefpco11.htm
Trying as a Child
At Stanford University, scientists say, that if a young child tries new things early on in life they tend to be better at doing more things than those who, try new things later on in life. Children soak more in than later on in life because their brain is developing and still learning.
http://alumni.stanford.edu/get/page/magazine/article/?article_id=32124
What is Talent?
The dictionary definition of talent is a special natural ability or aptitude. This basically means you are born with it or you pick the specific activity up quickly.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/talent
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