It's generally believed that success in fields such as art and sport can only be achieved if a person has natural talent. However, it's sometimes claimed that any child can be taught to become a good sports person or artist. Discuss both these views and give your opinion.

Over, the years the growing competition in the field of arts and sports has eventually led people to believe that children are born with innate talent, while others still claim that if governed under regular practice anyone can excel in
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denotes a person or thing
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catch or pick up (balls) in baseball or cricket
field
of
are
expose to fresh air
air
. In
this
essay, I will discuss both the sides of
arguments
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the arguments
.
Firstly
, no one can deny that there is some percentage of people which have an inborn talent, which can be easily looked out in
the earlier
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the early
earliest
the earliest
childhood, which provides them with extra ease of pursuing
such
activities when compared to others.
Moreover
, these talents enable them to guide through and make remarkable achievements in the near future.
For instance
, Peter Green, a great musician started composing songs from an age of 10 and
further
turning up 17 he won the best artist award for making an extraordinary contribution to
this
industry.
On the other hand
, people generally tend to chase anything which is hard to
purse
interrupt temporarily an activity before continuing
pause
and
then
excel in it.
Although
such
practices need a high level of motivation and determination
by
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of
the individual. It is
also
observed that children building up
such
skills tend to acquire almost double time to expertise in
such
areas, excluding some natural exceptions. Considering, my personal case wherein I started professional football training, took me almost 10 years of commitment to have a better hand than others. To conclude, in fact, all things in the surroundings are achievable for children if performed regularly.
However
, having talent deep inside one's genes empower them to hold better understanding while becoming a great
sportsperson
and musicians.

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