So there are two methods in which to win by, and really the T’s could fit within the P’s. I learned about the 7P’s during college. It was always told to us when something we attempted to do, did not work out as hoped. We could then look back and go over why whatever it is I/we attempted to do did not work perfectly.
The T’s deal more specifically with racing than business. While you can equate both they are unique. To be the best you do need to have talent first and foremost, because no matter how much you train there is a certain level of fitness/speed to can achieve. It may only be 1-3% off a consistent 1st place finisher Macca, Lance Armstrong, Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods. All of them have and would admit that while talent is important, training is even more so, because without that consistent effort and repetition, all the talent in the world will be wasted.
It takes the 5 T‘s, in order of importance: