Talented people tend to be smarter, more likable, resilient, and curious. And despite our ability to define and measure the key attributes of talent, people are generally reluctant to accept this, not least when evaluations of their talent are less favorable than they would hope.

“Why You May Not Be As Talented As You Think You Are” explains why talent is really performance minus effort, why we’re reluctant to accept others’ take on our talent, and why potential may be thought of as talent plus effort. Download it free today.