"Practice makes more better." -Sifu Ray
There are very few things that this does not apply to. Talents helps, but it is not the most important thing. Work + no talent will get you further than talent + no work. Talent + work goes pretty far, so enjoy it! People tell me they can’t take my tai chi class because they’re uncoordinated. I see them move and they’re not much worse than how my other students were when they walked in the door, but they believe they can’t, so they leave. Meanwhile, the supposedly no talent students who stuck around are looking great. They have results for their time spent. Maybe they won’t ever be superstars at it, but their level of improvement is significant.
If there is something you want and believe in, put in the hours. Put in lots of hours. Remember that experience counts. No one can just walk in and do the thing immediately. If they could, then the thing would not be of much value, would it? Before you get jealous of someone else for being able to do XYZ, ask yourself, how many hours have they put into their practice?