Certain questions need to be avoided.
The kind of questions that pray on our insecurity, that paralyze us with fear, that keep us bound to a state of constant inadequacy.
These are not good questions.
Don’t waste time wondering if you are talented enough; the question is nearly always asked from a position of insecurity, from a base of expected failure.
As a small child I remember being convinced that I couldn’t swim without holding onto a soccer ball as a flotation device… until one day my father roughly pulled the ball away from me AND I swum like a champion to the end of the swimming pool.
You can do amazing things when you let go of all that keeps you comfortable…