It depends on how they are used. We all have talents and faults. Actually talents and faults are nothing but attributes. Whether they become a talent or a fault depends on how they are used.
Think about the great speakers in history and today. They use their mouths to memorize the audience. The public loves them. They say what the public is thinking, but doesn't have the talent to say. Yet what gets them in trouble?
A few weeks ago, during a bible study, the pastor was asking for a definition of the word meek. Several were given. The one I liked the best was "strength under control." The pastor gave several illustrations. My favorite was raging water. What image does that bring to you? Is it positive or negative? It can be both. Raging water under control can generate electricity for a community. Raging water out of control can destroy that same community.
Each of our attributes can be a talent or a fault depending on whether they are controlled or allowed to run a muck. A decisive person can be a valuable member of a team or dominate the team. A passionate person can be quick to love or anger. A contemplative person can steer the group away from a bad decision or cause the group to miss a good opportunity. A vocal person can say what others are thinking or say the wrong thing and cause more friction.
The point is that we have attributes. If we control them, they become talents. If we allow them to run uncontrolled, they become faults.