I am trying to translate into Latin the sentence: Success is the result of talent and hard work. Equivalent formulations: "talent and hard work lead to success", "success is the fruit of talent and hard work", etc.
I have tried Google and other online tools — but given that I am a native Romanian speaker, I have studied some Latin in school and I have some familiarity with classical texts the online suggestions seem ridiculous.
So far it seems that "ingenium et labore" (or maybe even "ingenium ac labore") would be a reasonable way to communicate the idea of "talent and hard work". I have seen a suggestion of using "prosperis" for success but I feel it does not quite have the right meaning in this context — would it be appropriate if we are talking about success in sports as opposed to success in business? Does Latin even have a good word to say "success" in a generic sense? And when it comes to connecting the two parts and communicating that one leads to another I am coming up short — neither "sequitur" nor "facit" feel right. Please help!