Be careful with the words you use to identify yourself. It makes the assumption that your perspective is true.
Oftentimes, we’re far more capable than we think, we just lack the confidence to believe so simply because our current behavior looks different than others.
You could run a marathon in 6 months if you wanted, but I bet you’d think yourself not to be a “runner.” Commit to the training and you’d quickly prove yourself wrong. Before you know it, you won’t just be a runner, but a marathon runner—less than 1% of the country can identify with that.
The point is, you can do what you put your mind to doing. It doesn’t mean you’ll be the best at it, it just means you’ll be able to do it.