Some people are not necessarily the best at what they aspire to be. Others are very talented, but seem to be oblivious to the value of it. Why is it that mediocrity makes it to the mainstream while brilliance seems to remain secluded?
A lot of this is related to the way a person thinks. Even in the Bible, there was a parable about a widow who kept making her request before the judge to the point where he was worn down. Eventually, the judge granted her petition because of her insistence (Luke 18:2-5). The best man does not always win!
Although it seems natural to pursue the role for which we are most talented, there are countless cases of people who are "under-qualified" for the job but land the opportunity anyway. Don't allow laziness or doubt to remove your contribution from the equation. Multiply your talents, be strategic with them and allow the world to experience the benefits of Divine design. Stay the course!