Individual Brilliance Certainly makes a Difference


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Shahana said: (Aug 4, 2017)  
Of course, the individual brilliance can make the difference because there should be some initiative and initiator in every group that could be coming from an individual and we can achieve the success by making others follow the individual who has a thought clarity. The Difference can be made by an individual brilliance but how effectively we are following would depend on the group of people and again it's individual brilliance to make them follow.

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Prince Raj said: (May 13, 2017)  
Individual brilliance is always make difference. If we are here in developed era it's mostly the sacrifices of individual brilliance what ever we talking about Newton, Einstein or other.

Individual brilliance always teach us something different from society or groups.

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Sajjad said: (Jul 4, 2016)  
I strongly say yes individual brilliance certainly makes a difference because it happened in history when Indo-Pak subcontinent was under controlled by Britain many groups and organization tried to get freedom by means of violence. Quaid Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah made it possible by use of his brilliAnce and today we are free.

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Pks said: (Jul 3, 2016)  
According to me, individual intelligence is needed. Because it can take out you from any problem or danger. You won't need a group of people to give the opinion for that.

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Pri88Yank said: (Sep 4, 2015)  
Individual brilliance is replaced by process oriented systems in modern world. Process oriented systems are robust, everlasting and can be scaled to serve the ever increasing needs. On the other hand individual brilliance has its limitations. Limitations include very hard path to achieve brilliance, exhausting nature or overburdening, installability i.e. finding too many brilliant people to serve ever increasing needs is next to impossible.

Individually brilliant people are very hard to replace, and any system build up on that, would collapse when such a person leaves. Processes make up for a robust systems, which replace individual brilliance with collective team work, and such systems are will not fall apart even if any individual leaves the system, i.e.every one is replaceable.

Also a system build on Individual brilliance will put a lot of burden on that individual (think of Indian team in 90's, 250 runs on board and every one expecting Sachin-Ganguly pair to fire) , which may soon exhaust the individual, ruin one's health and make him feel like he is a computer (all work, no time for life).

Definitely the quality of work produced by individual brilliance cannot be matched by systems build with processes, but when you have to mass produce, as with any industry, installability of throughput of individual brilliance cannot fulfill the demand. Then a system built on processes has to take over. Consider, 100% correct results producing systems serving small number (50/100) , vs 80% correct results producing system serving thousands, the second one seems a better solution.

So in real world, in every sphere of life we see process oriented systems replacing individual brilliance. Consider 10% person doing everything and 90% relaxing, vs 100% putting some minimum effort, makes life of individually brilliant people easy.

Although Sachin is one the greatest of all times, its Dhoni who not relying on individual brilliance, but putting up a team effort, won India the world cup.

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Harish said: (Jan 26, 2015)  
Some of my friends have made a very good point about individual brilliance. I strongly agree that an individual mind can make a difference. Because all of the decisions which have changed the world were taken by individual, not by group of people. After a long lasting war with North Korea, South Korea had nothing, it was ruined, It was at the bottom of the 179 countries with a GDP of $79 per capital.

But there was one people park change him, who dream to see his country among global power and It was only because of his faith, south Korea has become one of the innovation Hub and global power in the world with a GDP of $35, 485 per capital.

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Priyanka said: (May 6, 2014)  
In my view brilliance is something which can turn a problem into advantage, harder into simpler and impossible into possible. Individual brilliance makes someone perfect in any sphere of life. History has proved many such examples of great persons. Right step in right condition avoids problems. Individual brilliance can be helpful not only the person concerned but also the people around him. Therefore, it certainly makes a difference.

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Swadhin said: (Apr 16, 2014)  
As per my point of view individual brilliance make the difference. As we know good is always selected and bad is always rejected. Every one follows the good people and their ideas take example of vivekananda his brilliance change a lot of people and motivate whole world.

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Anisha said: (Feb 26, 2014)  
In my opinion individual brilliance does make a difference but only if given the right support. Even though Gandhiji had the vision of ahimsa but he couldn't have done that if he didn't had people support, so the brilliance in the person need to be identified and put to effective use by the people around in whichever field it be.

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Gopi Krishna said: (Apr 20, 2013)  
I am 100% agree with the topic that individual can change the situation itself. Take the example of this group discussion in which most of the people are in favour of the topic. If someone of us puts a strong point against the topic he/she will change the direction. In my point of view if you support an intelligent person thoughts and creativity sure it will works better.

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Rohit said: (Aug 9, 2012)  
Individual intelligence certainly makes a difference. Its not that a group of certified and talented people gave the laws of motion. He was the only Newton, Similarly we got loads of other specific individuals who led the people to this present situation.

When individual intelligence is promoted and supported by other intelligent person then the difference obviously takes a turning point and is much more useful as there can be all the possible positive and negative effects listed out.

So, Yes! Definitely yes, individual intelligence makes a difference. And we know an individual alone can change the mind of thousands of other people.

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Nitesh said: (Mar 10, 2012)  
Yes it is right that individual brilliance certainly makes difference one person can think different and get to much opportunity for their life. If the person not think individual and depend on other thinknig so he may be not able to achive taret.

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Neha said: (Feb 15, 2012)  
I agree with the topic that indiviual can change the situation itself.Take the example of this group discussion in which most of the people are in favour of the topic.If someone of us puts a strong point against the topic he/she will change the direction.So, individual can make difference to the situation.

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Sagar said: (Sep 27, 2011)  
Yes, individual brilliance makes a difference as everyone has his strengths & weakness. Every individual has got a different way of thinking, sometimes an individual can find a easiest way to solve a problem by different way of thinking.

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Jamsheer.T [Mec] said: (Aug 4, 2011)  
Yes. I am sure individual Brilliance certainly makes difference. Majority of individual performence should be live as life long. CharlesBabage, he is a inventor of computer. His brilliance has been living without any life period since its invented. Based on this example constenly I can say individual Brilliance certainly makes difference.

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Rajani said: (Jul 20, 2011)  
A brilliant person is able to take out the best from not so brilliant person, use it for the benefit of the organisation and makes that person feel as special as any other person.

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Fasalu Rahman K.M said: (Jul 5, 2011)  
As we know No one is perfect. Every person have their own strength and weakness. If we include all of them for an organisation and each individual work with their full strength and brilliance then the development of organisation will be rapidly rather then only some persons are brilliant in organisation.

So undoubtedly Individual Brilliance makes difference and this difference is goes on the way of rapid development in diverse fields.
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Vijesh T V said: (Jul 5, 2011)  
In some cases, individual brilliance makes difference. But in most cases, it doesn't.For example, a Sachin can make a difference, but it should be supported by his team members.

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Pavan said: (Feb 23, 2011)  
Person who member of the committee is talk everyone individually its own ideas, or suggestions which idea is better to take and adopt in coming days's in a members are who are there mutually understand is their thats company become a world best company.

What am I to talk is in partnership companies in partners mutual understand and adjustment can improve his company.

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Sham said: (Feb 22, 2011)  

As we know No one is perfect. Every person have their own strength and weakness. If we include all of them for an organisation and each individual work with their full strength and brilliance then the development of organisation will be rapidly rather then only some persons are brilliant in organisation.

So undoubtedly Individual Brilliance makes difference and this difference is goes on the way of rapid development in diverse fields.

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Arch said: (Feb 11, 2011)  
Every decision or idea given by a group starts only from an individual. The decision taken by an individual is only been analysed within the group and if it is better one then it is followed. If that was a brilliant idea then the brilliance of that individual is praised and it makes some difference.

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Manish Chaudhary said: (Feb 6, 2011)  
As per as I concerned on this,

As we know No one is perfect. Every person have their own strength and weakness. If we include all of them for an organisation and each individual work with their full strength and brilliance then the development of organisation will be rapidly rather then only some persons are brilliant in organisation.

So undoubtedly Individual Brilliance makes difference and this difference is goes on the way of rapid development in diverse fields.

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Rupam said: (Jan 24, 2011)  
yes individual brilliance makes a difference because in some situation when whole thing has been done but due to some reason that is not giving output so individual person can apply his brain and will get the output..

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R. Dineshkumar said: (Jan 7, 2011)  
I agree, Individual brilliance definitely have some matters, because each person should be have own talent. no one can't to say it's wrong. so, It's should be express by the individual but some nervous persons are not expressing their idea's.

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Debashish said: (Jan 1, 2011)  
Individual brilliance definitely matters, both in individual as well as group performance. A Sachin can change the whole game while the thoughts of a mahatma ignite the whole human civilization for centuries.

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Bsileesh said: (Jul 26, 2010)  
I strongly say 'yes' for this. It happens, and of course it happend in the History. When india was under the control of Britain,many peoples and organisations tried for getting freedom by means of violence. But Gandhiji only choose the way of Ahimsa. And that made all the changes. Ultimately we got freedom!!!

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Abhishek said: (Jul 22, 2010)  
Yes of course it makes a difference because one person becomes top ranker or CEO of the company while other sacrifice or end their life by being as only a worker of the company...

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Supriya said: (Jul 21, 2010)  
An idea can change our lives.... so even one person in a group panel having exceptional intellect can help bring the organization to zenith.

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Swapnil said: (Jul 15, 2010)  
I think yes...Individual Brilliance certainly makes difference at least in personal performance

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