Talent is Just an Illusion (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Writer: M. Davis

Founder & Owner of: Clear Dope

Contributor and Successful Living Writer


Yep. There’s Nothing In This World That You Can Not Accomplish. The possibilities are endless. I don’t know what the heck happened in this world that we started to believe in talent. This is a big problem now, because people don’t believe in themselves, they believe that they just don’t have the talent. It’s a terrible belief to have and not true at all…

What Makes Someone Want To Be Successful?

  • Consistency is a good one. You gotta be consistent with your plan, unless there’s a rock in your way and then You Gotta Change Your Plan, adapt to the current situation.
  • Action. We gotta Take Action To Make Something Happen. What’s the point of knowledge if you don’t use it?
  • Hard work… Not hard work particularly. We just gotta do what needs to be done, so it’s discipline then.
  • Constant strategic action makes someone to be successful. Some look at successful people and think that they have  a talent, but it’s not talent. It can’t be, there’s no such thing as talent. It’s just consistent hard work.

I’m Just A Talented Individual…

What about someone who believes that they have the talent? Hmmm.., if you believe that you have the talent, then of course you will be good at that particular thing. So talent can be a good thing, BUT only for those who believe that they have the talent. For others it’s always bad. They believe that they don’t have the talent, so they don’t put any effort in that thing. And if you believe that you are not talented in blogging, then you will naturally perform shitty.

Let’s end it with the best quote ever, here comes something to think about.

“The World Tends To Accept Whatever Judgement You Place On Yourself.”


Article Credits: M. Davis

Contributor & Passionate Millionaire’s Digest Writer

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3 thoughts on “Talent is Just an Illusion (1 min read)”

  1. Don’t forget how important luck is. And in a quote attributed to (but probably not from) Thomas Jefferson, “I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.”

    Thanks for sharing.

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