The "Talent & Hustle" Phenomenon: What Does The Universe Decide?
Some people are born talented, and the ingredients of success are easily accessible to them
These kinds of people are the ones that might not understand the meaning of effort, because the means that are reachable to them, might take some others a lot of hard work to get.
This is a reality that we often deem to be unfair, especially when we begin to equate the principle of work and reward. There will always be people who work less for the money they earn, and there will be others who will be paid less for the efforts they put in.
One of the ways to get stuck in ineptness and stagnancy is to languish in the judgemental conundrum of fairness and unfairness.
Jealousy Is Inevitable
No matter how educated or exposed we are, there are people we're always going to be jealous of, irrespective of how we train or restrain ourselves
This doesn't necessarily mean that we're aiming to harm them, it only means that we're hurting from the jealousy that stems from comparing them to us.
We find ourselves being angry at them for doing the things we can barely do so effortlessly. The idea that they do not put as much effort as we do, makes it seem like they do not deserve the things they get. It's always difficult for people to accept the fact that there will always be people who will do the things they can do without putting in any effort.
When a person is endowed by default, they're most one step ahead
......because of the places where they begin to run their race. Some people with humble beginnings who went on to become successful are always bitter, they feel that everyone should go through the pain of due process just like they did, and when this isn't the case, it creates toxicity.
I believe in hustle and talent, and there's what I call the natural endowment for instinctive success. What's this? It's often believed that all talented people are lazy, and depend solely on their charm or undeveloped capabilities to always pave the way for them, While this isn't completely false, there are also talented people, who honed their skills, worked hard and decided to master their craft.
The Phenomenon Of Exchanging Talent For Money
I know that the general belief is that everyone has a talent, this might be true, but not everyone is blessed with a talent that brings financial fulfillment. Finding out what our talents are, and checking whether they can be financially liberating is one of the most difficult things in life.
This is because most people are focused on exchanging their talent for money, rather than going on a journey of self-discovery, following the natural process, and allowing themselves to showcase what they're truly good at.
Nevertheless, there are people who spend their lifetime never discovering what their talents are, they might have, and Only ignore it because it's not financially liberating.
Work, goals, and passion, often set people off on a road to achieving different things
Sometimes the focus on talent dies when the reality of bills and responsibilities comes. This is when people begin to embrace the reality of hustle. There are people who only feel that they need to hustle if they do not have monetizable talents The truth is that neither talent nor hustle is interchangeable.
This is why people go to school, get a degree, master a profession, drop that profession, and head back into the streets to continue the rough way.
There's no certainty to anything we embody
.....this is why we try everything we can
For me, the natural endowment for instinctive success is attracting success without primarily depending on one's skillsets.
This is a natural process of favor where people become lucky without being a key player in why they're lucky. This kind is rare, but it happens.
The internet is a place where we see people become lucky without even preparing themselves to be, the universe sometimes breaks all principles of normalcy and shatters our expectations, beliefs, and mentality.
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