Realities like that can be difficult, but hard work is a skill that I would argue many people lack, and one that talent can't compensate for. So what if you can do this task well, if you don't want to do it or won't do it then it's pointless.
@AmazingLife, my parents are music teachers and you're absolutely correct. They have so many students that work very hard to get decent in music and they appreciate it because of it. Unfortunately most of their students who have a natural talent to music don't appreciate it and slack off.
That's a lie. There's a formula for success that has stood the test of time. It's...
15% concentrated power of will
@SimonPetrikov, 100% reason to remember the name
@rubberbandit, Fort Minor
Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't have hard work.
It's missing the frame where the yellow shirt guy stabs the other guy
@InsaneWolf, We're trying to be civil here
Talent is a pretty flimsy foundation, if you ask me.
After two years, the archer got his magic lvl the same as the wizard.