Talent Is Never Enough

Talent Is Never Enough

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Maxwell, John C. Thomas Nelson Inc., 2007 Audio summary available
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We frequently attribute great accomplishments to great talent. However, if success depends on talent alone, then why do we all know talented people who are not successful? In Talent Is Never Enough, John Maxwell challenges the obsession in American business with the importance of talent and examines how each individual can maximize the talent they possess to achieve their fullest potential. Maxwell discusses 13 key choices which can determine whether or not an individual becomes what he calls a “talent-plus person.” He cites a wide range of historical as well as contemporary figures to illustrate each choice, and suggests application exercises to put the choices into practice.