I think the big question is: do you believe this is a problem that you need to somehow resolve? Or do you believe that it is not a problem at all?
If you believe it is a problem that you want to solve, there are many paths for you to take to resolve it.
If you believe it is NOT a problem and/or you have no interest in "changing it," then I think you can build your career as a developer around it, recognizing that it might get in your way. When it does, it helps to have defined strategies to follow.
I really don't know what to think. I'd prefer for it not to be a problem. But it's a problem, when for example, sucking at marketing makes it hard to find someone who is good at marketing.
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