Grounded on scientific research, professors of various institutions have concluded that the holistic development of talents are not attained through deliberate practice alone, on the contrary it is determined by other components such as general intelligence, innate ability, social-emotional development, and personal instruction. Although it still is the single largest factor in determining the holistic development of talents. A recent study has indicated that although talents have a percentage of being innate, an immense number of hours of deliberate practice is necessary for the complete development of talents.
The researchers have also asserted that there is no single factor that determines the full development of talents, rather it is the combination of the various complementary components that enhance the complete development of the talents. It was also stated that none of these factors alone is sufficient enough in supporting the holistic development of talents. Based on researches conducted by the professors of the various institutions, if talents were not to be acquired through genetics, then the development of talents would be dependent on the remaining factors responsible, such as personal instruction and deliberate practice.
Our society has always acknowledged the outstanding performances of “talented” individuals, the professors of various institutions have concluded that in order for someone to become “talented”, that individual would need the combination of the various factors that determine the complete development of the talents