What are you good at? The question gets asked to many people just like that or through a paraphrase. No one answers by saying nothing. Everyone will say what they are good at. People will say they are really smart, do a lot of sports, have a blooming business, or anything else that they might want to say. It’s okay to tell people what your talents are, but that’s it.
The problem with talking more about your talents is that you’re also talking more about yourself. You can say you have a great business, but don’t say how much better it is than someone elses or emphasize that you started it from scratch. When people ask me what I do online, I say that I’m a blogger and write lenses on Squidoo. I don’t say that I started from scratch and did everything else (I’m not going to take the time to brag because bragging isn’t right). People want to know what your good at, so answer the question. Only give extra details about yourself if they want to know more about you.
As I have said multiple times, if you keep on talking about yourself, you will only be able to talk with yourself.