I mean, that's why she made it, right?
If you'd had her talent then maybe you could've been a super-successful recording artist with millions in the bank. It's just not fair that she has all of the talent and the rest of us have none!
But what if I told you that talent was pretty much irrelevant to her success?
And, what if I also said that there were more important factors at play and that they are accessible to everyone? You see, most people think that they can't be successful because they lack talent.
They aren't as talented a singer as one of their friends or they have a mate at work who has a talent at giving presentations and is always getting noticed by the boss. Maybe they've tried to write a small novel but it reads nothing like their favourite Stephen King book because they just don't have his talent.
But here's the thing - these people are wrong.
Talent, or the 'natural ability to achieve', isn't a big requirement for attaining massive success.