There’s no doubt that “talent” is a combination of the above factors, and perhaps a few other things we aren’t yet fully aware of.
The bottom line: the greatest among us at any one thing, be it playing the piano, swimming or running the fastest, or throwing a football, seem to have a certain amount of ‘natural’ ability but also work hard – relentlessly, for many hours, to explode that natural talent into something extraordinary. Most importantly, they also seem to be in love with the work itself, the process. They don’t start out with a singular goal of being “the best,” but rather, are doing what they love. Trying to improve. Embracing the journey, the process, of improving.
In YOUR quest to explore your own potential what are some of the things you can take away from these books, and the book PEAK in particular, that may help you by either reinforcing some of your previously held beliefs or even exposing you to some new ideas?
And honestly, this is the reason why I coach the way that I do. I am not sure there’s anything as important as this and these ideas. #truth