To succeed in any endeavour, one needs to adopt a 'high energy attitude' and heartbeat of excellence not only to deconstruct doubts but also to put aside the 'all - too - consuming' fixation on any dominant factors that you think are affecting success. And to do so, one must put on the ‘Cutting-Edge Thinking’ cap.
'Cutting-Edge Thinking' relates to the following principles :
a. Believe You Received in every aspect of our living.
b. Learn to perceive in Un-habitual ways
c. Know there is a Inner World of Personal Genius in everyone. Genius means making a shift in your thinking so that you let go of self imposed restrictions and open yourself to possibilities of greatness.
d. Begin with Contemplating. In order to float an idea into your reality, you must be willing to do a somersault into the inconceivable and land on your feet, contemplating what you want instead of what you don't have.
e. Thinking From The End. Change the way you look at things, and the things you look at will change. One key approach is to turn the stereotype mindset of 'HAVE-DO-BE' to 'BE-DO-HAVE'. Instead of thinking that you need to 'HAVE' first (i.e. *certain things must be in place first) before it is possible to 'DO' and only then you will 'BE', Banners turn it around and believe we need to 'BE' first (i.e. be positive, be confident, be resourceful, be creative, be always believing in possibilities, be having the heartbeat of excellence, be powerful enough to influence the outcome you desire), then proceed to 'DO' then you will 'HAVE' your success, your goal achieved & your dream fulfilled.
* While these are necessary to a certain extent, if we are not careful, these could also lead us to make self justification that we are constrained & deprived of our success.
If you've been taught to avoid thinking too highly of yourself, and that genius is reserved for a handful of select individuals, you probably resist this idea.
Rom 4:17 (NKJ) : "....calls those things which do not exist as though they did."
"Until one acknowledges the genius within oneself, one will have great difficulty recognising it in others." -Dr David Hawkins
"If you want incremental growth, then you focus on technique. But if you want exponential growth, there has to be a shift of paradigm." Stephen Covey.