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These Pixar Characters Show That Hard Work Is Better Than Born Talent

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We are easily fooled by stunning images of famous and talented people on the Internet. These photos make us believe that they have been given priority since birth. In fact, those results are due to non-stop practice. There are many examples that show talent is only a small factor, and that hard work is really the way to lead you towards your goals.

The heroes and villains produced by Pixar are the best proof. While many of them are born with special skills that distinguish them from ordinary people, some develop them later in life. However, all of those characters are hard-working no matter what.

Pixar characters have worked hard to reach where they are, from those who are born with their superpowers to those who acquire them later. While inherent skill is wonderful, it is hard work that distinguishes the finest Pixar characters from the others, transforming them into the heroes that fans adore.

#1 Lightning McQueen lost to Doc Hudson

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McQueen’s talent was overshadowed by Doc’s years of experience. Doc was trained on the same routes as McQueen, and he even put in extra effort after his injury to reclaim his significance. And in a race, he defeats McQueen.

#2 Cruz defeated Jackson Storm

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Cruz put a lot of effort to improve his racing skills. She competes in the Florida 500 as McQueen’s substitute, wearing his number, and finally wins the race with him, defeating next-gen rookie racer Jackson Storm.

#3 Doesn’t give up on his dream and practicing every day, Joe achieved his dream

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Joe Gardner is a 46-year-old middle-school band instructor whose main interest is playing jazz, and he’s very excellent at it. Joe feels he was destined to play professionally and has never given up hope. Even if his love of music has limited his social life over the years, it hasn’t affected his self-assurance. And Johnny finally gets his opportunity.

#4 Mike and Sully worked hard to get to where they are

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Starting from working in the mailroom and going through many different positions in the company such as janitors, cafeteria workers, etc., James P. Sullivan and Mike Wazowski still try to complete their assigned tasks well. The fruit of patience and dedication is that both have become key players in the company.

#5 The fruit of Syndrome’s perseverance is Omnidroids – a machine that kills many heroes

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Syndrome is always attempting to compensate for his lack of superpowers with his intellect and technology. He wants to use deception and technology to become the world’s greatest hero. After doing several experiments, he created Omnidroids in order to eliminate heroes and rid the world of supers.

#6 WALL-E and Eve defeat AUTO

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AUTO possessed complete control of the ship’s systems as well as navigation. Based on his directives from Buy N’ Large, its single-minded purpose was to prevent mankind from returning to Earth.

WALL-E And Eve spent the whole film attempting to stop and defeat AUTO despite his deteriorating bone density

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