Hard work beats talent

"Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard"
— Master Christopher Santarose-7th Dan

"Many students have naturally athletic skills and with even fair attentiveness can achieve a certain proficiency in martial arts. Those who choose to work hard and be diligent in attention to instructors will benefit much more. I would rather teach a student who gives 100% effort with less natural skill than an arrogant "athlete" who thinks he "already knows it all". "Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard" - Master Christopher J. Santarose - 7th Dan

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