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A Message For Our Children: Talent is Overrated V

This is the last in a series of blogs titled, “A Message For Our Children: Talent is Overrated.” The series was inspired by Geoff Colvin’s book, “Talent is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else.” The basic theme … Continue reading

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A Message For Our Children: Talent is Overrated IV

In the first blog in this series (A Message For Our Children: Talent is Overrated), it was noted that great performers are not born. They achieve greatness through a process available to you and me. The process to greatness is … Continue reading

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A Message For Our Children: Talent is Overrated III

This is the third in this series of five blogs. The first blog shared research findings that found ┬ápeople who accomplish great things do not do so because of a special gift or talent. They achieve great things through a … Continue reading

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A Message For Our Children: Talent is Overrated II

In the first blog in this series (A Message For Our Children: Talent is Overrated), it was noted that great performers are not born. They achieve greatness through a process available to you and me. The process to greatness is … Continue reading

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A Message For Our Children: Talent Is Overrated

I recently read the book, Talent Is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else (Geoff Colvin). It has a message of hope for our children: great performers are not born great; they achieve greatness through a process available … Continue reading

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