Whenever people talk about what make successful persons such as outstanding athletes or musicians, their views will certainly differ from that nature fills a dominant role in determining if one may possibly become an expert in some field to that it is nurture that exerts direct effects.
It must be admitted that there indeed exist some people born with innate talents which predict the possibility for a would-be winner. In other words, without these suitable characters which more or less are beneficial to master some skills, there is little likelihood to become elites in an area. Also, there is growing evidence that those with born talents achieve more than those who do not have, which naturally become a motivator for further triumph. Therefore, an increasing number of parents begin to observe or even experiment to judge if their children fortunately possess some talents to allow them to excel.
However, some people still argue for the belief that with professional and systematic training, each one may have not surprisingly brilliant performance in not only academic but also entertainment field. Those who are capable of making amazing achievement in later days, as a matte of fact, have inherited some talents via genes if researched carefully. As a result，if not having enviable talents, sound education system and hard working can at most quality someone in one field, but never send him/her to the top.
In conclusion, my strongly held view is that natural talents are the prerequisite for anyone who desire to be excellent in some areas like sport and art, but subsequent professional training will unquestionably endow anyone with basic skills.