I absolutely disagree.
There are only about 300 people in the entire US with a Fargo north of 700. Just because somebody wants to be that good, and works and practices at it, doesn’t mean that they can achieve it. If that were the case there would be thousands playing at that level, not just hundreds. Equally, that would mean that those hundreds of 700 Fargo players just need to “change their attitude” a bit to show SVB the door. Somehow I doubt that he’s quaking in his boots over that.
Hand/eye coordination, fine motor skills, mental and physical stamina, eyesight, spatial processing, and many other factors, even intelligence, can all be limiting.
It reminds me of the seven handicap golfers out there who swear that if only they had the same amount of time to devote to the game that professional golfers do, that they too could be the next Tiger Woods. Sorry, it just isn’t the case.
I’m not saying that it’s impossible for everyone, and I’m certainly not saying don’t strive to get better if that’s what you want, and of course good instruction can definitely help. But a lot of people would likely be better off if they recognized that natural limitations exist and temper expectations accordingly.
But then, instructors don’t like hearing that either. And they certainly don’t want potential students to believe it.