Claiming that you don't have talents is just a limiting belief and won't get you far.
We all have unique talents and capabilities, so we should use them. And I definitely believe and can see that there are people with more or less talent. However, the ones that succeed at the higher levels, are usually people with very little talent, but fully used talent.
You can have as much talent as you want, but if you don't make use of it or get into the wrong area of interest where you simply don't have the talent, you might be wasting a lot of time.
It takes some time to develop the sense to focus on expanding your talents more than trying to improve your weaknesses. While the latter option sounds very tempting, it is definitely not the smartest and fastest way to success.
The best thing you can do is to work with as many talented people as possible, who add talent to your talents.
This principle sounds simple to understand, but it's very difficult in the implementation.
Here is what Will Smith says about this subject:
To your success,