The Art of Charm by Jordan Harbinger

When it comes to the ‘science' of dating, The Art of Charm adheres to one simple philosophy: If you want to get the girl you like, then you need to become a better man.

Audio: Skill Vs. Talent

Posted by Jordan, 16 Feb 17

If something can be learned, it is a skill. If it’s innate, it’s a talent. The reality: most so-called talents are skills in disguise, so stop making excuses that you’re not talented enough to do things and skill up!

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The Cheat Sheet:

  • The concept of "talent" is overrated.
  • If something can be learned, it is a skill. If it's innate, it's a talent.
  • A lot of so-called talents are really skills in disguise.
  • If even one person can learn something through study, coaching, and effort, it's learnable -- therefore, a skill.
  • Next time you put off an activity because you think you're not "talented" enough, try to determine if you're just using it as an excuse. Maybe you avoid shooting hoops with your coworkers on lunch break because you think they're all so much more talented than you. While it might be true that you suck at basketball, it's a skill you can improve with practice.

Tune in below... Till next time, stay charming!!!

Jordan Harbinger is a Wall Street lawyer turned Social Dynamics expert and coach. He is the co-founder of The Art of Charm, a dating and relationships coaching company. If you're interested in The Art of Charm residential programs, apply for a strategy call with a coach. You can also interact with Jordan on Facebook or Twitter.

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