Just like you had no control over what parents you have, the colour of your eyes or hair or where you were born, so also you do not have control of the talents you were born with. God the Father gave them to you and expects you to use them (Matt. 25:14-30).
We are all given opportunities to develop at least some of our talents. Hard work is a key to success when directed along the path of our natural God given talents. It is Jesus who enables this also though. As Paul said: “I worked harder than all of them–yet not I, but the grace of God that was with me.” (1 Cor. 15:10)
If someone could bottle and reproduce the form of Leicester City in the Premier League or an athlete breaking a world record when they are not on drugs they might be able to capture the thing many observers call “flow”. Flow is something that seems most akin to anointing by the Holy Spirit. David knew it as did the prophets and we can know it too. It is that difficult to explain thing that causes upsets in competitions and enables anyone to make the fullest use of their God given talents and hard work. Ask and you will receive.