You have some. We prefer not to admit it or act like it does not exist. There is a surefire way to step straight into it, with failure as a result.
It is far more useful to understand it. Knowing where our limits enable us to play to our strengths. It forces us to pay attention to situations where we would usually shoot out of the hip, and be caught completely out of our depth.
The great side-effect is that we learn to appreciate the skills of others who surpass our limits in particular areas. We rely on the collective intelligence in the room and foster creative solutions and innovations created by teams. We discover that individuals who know their limits form teams that have none.
Knowing your limits is how you set yourself free.