Perhaps the ability to master a foreign language or two? The strength to add 40 Kilo's to your bench press? Greater intelligence? Boundless self confidence? Brad Pitt's looks? (if you're a guy!) Natural charisma?
It's a neat indulgence to fantasise about having attributes that we perceive as giving us Super Powers - the stuff of childhood games.
For me, I think the 'skill' of THINKING is hard to beat. Thinking is not synonymous with intelligence. There are highly intelligent people working in low paying dreary jobs, stuck in unhappy and dysfunctional relationships, over weight, over whelmed, stressed out and unfulfilled, many of them working for bosses who left the education system in their early teens.
Thinking is a learned skill. We learn it as kids, when we play make believe games, imagining ourselves as hero's and triumphal. Alas this state of grace is gradually discouraged with maturity and many morph into cogs and wheels moving to the rhythm of someone else's beat.
Thoughts become things. That is one of the most profound moments of clarity in my life - the comprehension and distillation of this idea. A thought is an electrical current within our brain that precedes an emotion and compulsion to act. Without a thought there would be no Pyramids, Broadband, Space Travel, Government, or Religion.
This is profound because once we embrace this idea it leads us logically to its conjugation.
Some might label it: "play it forward" The more clearly, emotionally and consistently that we visualise the object of our desire the sooner the magic of its manifestation.
Success is a different animal to that of Luck. One is something that happens to us the other is something we conjure into our reality. All great achievements are impossible until some mad individual defies conventional wisdom of what is possible.
You can be do and have so much more than you can currently imagine if you would only embrace this idea that thoughts become things and you are the one responsible for the thinking part!!