Intellectual ability, natural or acquired; mental endowment or capacity; skill in accomplishing; a special gift, particularly in business, art, or the like; faculty; a use of the word probably originating in the Scripture parable of the talents (Matt. xxv. 14-30).
a special aptitude or faculty, high mental ability.
A person's natural aptitude, mental or physical, e.g. creative, artistic, analytical, etc. [D03323] RMW
an ability expressed by the Metaconscious mind, comprising mastery by the Self. With further study and practice, this ability becomes anchored in the Superconscious mind, where it can directly express the ensouling entity. This deeper development of ability is referred to as a gift, genius, a spiritual power or siddhi.
A parahuman ability, or (in Allied parlance) the possessor of such an ability. Talents are effectively a form of mental illness, manifesting during periods of extreme stress (such as combat or near-deadly accidents), or when a personâ€(tm)s self-belief is so great that they can warp reality around them. The latter is a common cause for the manifestation of abilities among â€˜superhumanâ€(tm) Nazis, although the official Nazi doctrine states that such manifestation is the natural result of Aryan racial purity. Adolf Hitler refuses to believe that non-German Talents exist, although most branches of the German and Nazi hierarchy beneath him have become practiced in avoiding mentioning them in official reports. The German war effort suffers because of this habit of skirting around the truth when planning strategy. Importantly, a Talent can always spot another Talent power in action, even otherwise stealthy ones like invisibility or shape-shifting.
a person who possesses unusual innate ability in some field or activity
a combination of acquired education and natural ability
a combination of several inherited unique abilities at a specific level of evolution
a combination of several inherited unique abilities at various evolutionary levels
a gift and material, but at the same time an opportunity
an ability imbued to a person when they were born
a natural ability each of us has
a natural ability inherited at birth or developed through training
a natural ability not acquired through effort
an innate thing, while skills are acquired by tuition
a specific, limited ability, rather than a broadly based way of mental processing
Talent is a gift, but one not to be misused. If you think you are talented, think again. You are better off being a plow horse than a race horse. Plow horses win the race, like the tortoise beats the hare. Slow and steady wins the race. Really.
The GraySail team is composed of very skilled IT professionals who take quality seriously, who contstantly strive to increase their mastery of their craft, and who possess instictive knowledge about business process in addition to core technology elements.
The combination of hereditary “gifts” which lay a foundation for success, such as height or muscle fiber-typing, and acquired skills, such as AEROBIC ENDURANCE or an ability to produce fine movement modifications in response to changing water pressure, which are the superstructure defining the degree of that success. One of the INGREDIENTS of swimming fastest, talent is measured by the amount of improvement in the training situation.
people with exceptional abilities, especially a company's most valued employees. arget market: The specific individuals, distinguished by socio-economic, demographic and interest characteristics, who are the most likely potential customers for the goods and services of a business. arget marketing: Selecting and developing a number of offerings to meet the needs of a number of specific market segments.
a special natural ability or skill