Nowadays, some people are believed to be adept in several areas by an instinctive way. In a discussion of whether people are born talented or trained to be good at something, I strongly believe that there are both kinds of talented people. It is undoubtedly said that people are naturally capable of doing something. Some are apparently born to be artists or athletes without knowing they would be, while few are born with qualifications to become geniuses. It is often alleged that this kind of aptitude obviously came from the inheritance of dominant genes from the child’s family.
Gradually, that flair followed the child during the days he was growing up then consequently exposed at his mature age within very little practicing. On the other hand, I am also convinced that talent could either be existed by one’s endeavor. For instance, there are a great number of footballers are considered to be the top goalscorers as well as the best soccer players of all time due to their interval of miserably hard trainings and arduous efforts at the very young age.
In addition, there are a million of disabled children have made great attempts to overcome their wounds and becoming proficient at specific fields of life. Mustn’t that be an innate ability? In this case, talent was indisputably made of a person determination to keep learning and acquiring their knowledge. In conclusion, talent can either be inborn or trained. Therefore, don’t ever afraid if you were born without any gifts. Great effort and the willingness to enrich your own ability will help settle it down for you in order to be successful in life.
June 13, 1999 I'll start in the formal traditional way by addressing President Casper and Provost Rice, the trustees and faculty, the honored guests, the graduates and their families and their guests. Thanks a lot for inviting me to come here. I really appreciate it. I call attention to the formality of the traditional beginning of this kind of speech, because one of the things I want to talk to ...