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Which one sounds like the best approach to solving a problem?
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    Working harder

  • b

    Using your creativity

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    Seeing the problem through different lenses

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    Asking for help

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    Googling a solution

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    Using your experiences to come up with solutions

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    Trusting your gut and acting upon it

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    Praying for strength and facing problems with no fear


Question 1: Which one sounds like the best approach to solving a problem?

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Do you ask yourself, “What is my talent?” Tell us about your life, and this quiz will reveal your hidden gift. Which of the 33 natural talents do you have?

This Quiz Reveals Your Talent—No Cap.

The talent quiz is a series of twenty questions with the goal of determining your skillset.

Depending on who you ask, talent has various definitions. But all of them agree on one aspect: it’s hard to find. You don’t wake up one day knowing you will be an artist, an astronaut, or an aircraft technician. You look for your true passion for days, months, or maybe years. (And you’re not guaranteed ever to find it).

However, we have created a reliable test inspired by scientists’ and psychologists’ studies. While it’s nearly impossible to decide a person’s true abilities through an online questionnaire, what you’re about to experience is the closest experience to being examined by an expert.

Based on K. Anders Ericsson’s Work: PEAK

It’s almost natural for humans to ask, “What am I good at?” It happens so often that a psychology professor, Andres Ericsson, dedicated his life to finding the answer. In his book, “Peak: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise, he debunks a handful of myths about talent. And unveils several approaches to discovering your true abilities.

The good news is that we employed Dr. Ericsson’s findings to finetune the results. So, you’re promised to like the outcomes—as well as to find them helpful.

  • The test inspects your childhood experiences.
  • It considers your physical capacities and abilities.
  • It also analyzes your dedication to a specific or a group of activities.

How Can an Online Test Discover Your Hidden Talent?

Most talent tests focus on your interests. So, they might claim you’re good at drawing based on your love for art. But we all know that that’s not how skills work. A person might be enthusiastic about sports but never go to the gym. Similarly, you might be passionate about many different topics but never pursue them.

Now, the question that pops to mind is how can an online questionnaire determine a person’s talent without over-relying on their interests? The answer is 3-Ps: Passion, Practice, and Performance.

A genuine quiz can help you discover your gift from God by assessing what you pursue, what you do, and how you do it.


Your brain desires dopamine, encouraging you to spend more time doing activities that produce it. That’s why your passion, the activity that produces the most dopamine, affects your talent. You’ve already accomplished some level of proficiency in your passion because you’ve been persistent in experiencing it.

But how can I find my passion, you might ask.

Think of an activity that gives you joy. Think of something that pounds your heart. Something that you relish thinking of. That’s your passion.

If you can’t think of anything like that, take the quiz. It will guide you through narrowing down your interests until you’re left with true desires.


While your biggest question might be, “What’s my talent?” the smarter way to put it would be, “What do I dedicate my time to?” In other words, a notable part of finding your talent is learning about your habits. Your talent is what you practice.

You might not have a specific schedule; you might not be part of any educational program; you might not even be persistent in any pursuits. Does that make you a talentless person? No.

The quiz focuses on determining patterns of similar nature, things you do in your daily life without giving them any significance. That’s how it guarantees to discover your talent. What you consider ordinary, repeated every day, makes up for what you’re good at.


The talent quiz is about what you are good at instead of what you “could” be good at. That’s why it considers your performance, the way you execute different tasks, to generate accurate results.

Are you a high- or low-responder? Do you easily pick up on a subject or spend hours understanding it? The answer can determine your talent.

How the Talent Quiz Helps You Find Your Path

Many of us have had a relatable question: “What’s my purpose in life?” And for some, knowing their talent seems to be the ultimate answer. (I’m good at [x], [y], [z]. So, my life’s purpose is to pursue or become [x], [y], [z]).

But it’s easier said than done. You may fail to turn your talent into the center of your life. You may find out that what you’re passionate about cannot pay your bills. Or you may feel you need more. You need to be more than your skills.

To help with that, we enriched the results of the talent quiz with additional information.

It offers careers that match your flair.

Based on our data, it’s safe to say most participants are teenagers and young adults. So, a considerable chunk of people wondering, “What my talent is?” have not decided on their careers. Therefore, we included customized career ideas in the results to inspire you and help with your professional journey.

It points out your strengths.

Learning more about your talent is satisfying, but the quiz offers more. It explains why you have a specific skill set and what it means. We highlight your advantages and capabilities to boost your confidence and encourage you to pursue them.

Exposure is the Ultimate Way of Finding Your Talent

To be born with a divine gift is a myth. As Dr. Ericsson explains, you can trace a parent or teacher’s influence even in rare cases where a child shows above-average performance. So, finding your talent is not an inner spiritual journey. It’s external. You have to look for it in the outside world. And exposure is the best way to do so.

By engaging in different activities, you increase the chances of settling down for a skill that you’re passionate about. Plus, you’ll make a far more rational decision when pursuing a talent because you’d ground it on real-life experiences rather than hypothetical theories.

Don’t Overthink Your Talent, Do This Instead

A featherweight and lightweight double-champion, Conor McGregor says, “You can be anyone if you put in the time.” Silvester Stallone, a world-known actor and filmmaker, says, “I’m not the richest, smartest, or most talented person. But I succeed because I keep going, and going, and going.”

The secret to succeeding in life is not choosing or discovering your talent; it’s persisting in doing it.

So, do what you love, do it every day, and do it good. And hey, stop overthinking questions like, “What is my talent?”

It’s Not Your Genes; Talent Is Trainable

Brian Dias, a neurobiology researcher, studied mice conditioned to avoid a specific scent. He found that the conditioned mice’s offspring also disliked that specific scent despite having no traumatic memories.

Another study in 2014 proved that genetics could affect athletes’ performance by %50. It also concluded that some individuals are high-responders, meaning their body reacts to repetitions and stimuli quickly—whereas others take longer to achieve the same outcome.

So, it’s undeniable that genetics, body type, and height could affect your functions. But it’s not the whole story. Take identical twins, for example. If genetics were all it takes to be a talented person, all twins would have the same skills. However, data suggests the opposite.

Even among identical twins, the one who spends more time practicing an activity outperforms the passive one.

Dr. Ericsson called the phenomenon “Deliberate Practice.” The idea is that systematic and purposeful training (restricted to a specific field, supervised by a teacher, with immediate feedback) can make you a talented person in that field regardless of your genes.

Previously, a similar idea called the 10,000-hour theory was popularized by Malcolm Gladwell, suggesting that it takes ten thousand hours of practice to master a skill and become an expert.

11 Natural Talents or Abilities That You Might Have

Most natural talents fall into one of these categories:

Natural Talent Good At Example
Musical Good ear for music and sounds Musician
Natural Survival instincts, understanding natural laws Gardener
Movement Control of body movement Dancer
Interpersonal Understanding relationships Therapist
Intrapersonal Deep understanding of oneself Public speaker
Logical Reasoning and problem-solving Scientist
Linguistic Understanding language and emotions Writer
Digital Understanding how digital concepts Developer
Visual Good eye for aesthetics and arts Artist
Teaching Understanding and simplifying complexities Teacher
Spiritual Seeing the bigger picture Life coach


Remember: Talent Is Subjective

We are ready to answer your question, “What is my talent?” But we want you to know that the whole concept of talent is subjective. What might sound impressive to you may be of no significance to another. So, please, take the results lightly, and trust your intuition and experience when choosing your pursuits.

The talent quiz helps you narrow down your desires and skills, finding the prominent ones. But it’s only you who can decide whether to pursue them or not.


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