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in the little of talent daniel coyle.pdf, daniel coyle argues that there is a critical mass of neural circuits and molecules that govern our physical and intellectual potential. these are the talents that can be trained and developed. beyond that, talent has little to do with genetics or early life experiences. daniel argues that the critical ingredient of any great performance is talent, which he defines as the ability to learn from experience. the rest is up to the individual.

if you want a book that will help you understand your own brain and how to develop your own talent, this is it. if you want a book that will help you help others develop their own talents, this is it. if you want a book that will give you practical advice on the methods that have been proven to maximize performance and achievement, this is it. if you want a book that will help you understand the importance of practice in the development of talent, this is it.

you will find tips for improving your memory, learning speed, and any other number of areas of your brain. but above all, you will find tips for developing your talent in the areas that matter most: your intellect, physical performance, and emotional health. you will be taught how to monitor your own ability and that of others, and how to spot what is causing them to succeed and how to correct their mistakes.

daniel coyle is the author of the very popular inner game of tennis and the inner game of work, which is a classic in the field of organizational psychology. he teaches at nyu and is the director of the center for applied positive psychology.

i am told that i am a great improviser. i am not even sure what that means, but i know i try to be good at it. but if i am forced to play, i find it very hard to generate my best ideas. the truth is that i have been told i am not really a very good improviser. its the same thing with every individual. some people are born geniuses, and those people who arent are not always aware that they arent. we would like to think they are just not talented, and if they dont realize this, then the next step is to think that they are lazy. but they are not lazy. we might think we can force someone to work, but the truth is that they would rather fail than work. the next step is to consider them as stupid. and this is the deepest and most damaging form of prejudice. we make a hero out of a genius, and a fool out of a dunce. alain de botton, author of status anxiety
and so we allow them to stagnate. we tell them they should be geniuses, and we make them keep their heads down, or we assume that they are lazy. this is the first great flaw of the talent myth. the second is that we mistake dedication for hard work. dedication is not the same as hard work, and in our culture, hard work is almost always equated with success. so we call a people lazy when they are not. we call them lazy when they are just not so good at what we want them to do.
in a functioning society, talent isnt so important. it is not what matters. what matters is how you use what you have. we reward the achiever because it makes us feel better about ourselves. but what we are really doing is denying the genius who doesnt succeed as much as we do, and we are denying our own potential for development.