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How to develop your child’s talents.


Want to unlock your child’s talents? Then you’d better pay more heed to your child’s environment than his or her biology. According to Daniel Coyle, author of the best selling book, The Talent Code, greatness isn’t born. It’s grown. Coyle studied noted talent hotbeds around the world in areas of sport, art, music and maths and found that immense talent isn’t written into kids’ DNA. It’s the result of environmental factors such as a child’s parenting, his peer groups and the quality of his learning experiences that will determine the extent of his talents. Talent differs from giftedness. The latter refers to a child’s innate abilities in areas such as music, sport, maths or literacy many years above those of his or peers. Talent, on the other hand, refers to a child’s greater than normal performance in those...(sign-up as a member to continue reading this article)


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