Hard that you are not allowed to think these things. What does make sense is to conjure up thoughts that are 'true' and that you feel good about. Examples that Jackie gives (and immediately makes me feel happy!): I have expertise on this subject: I know more than my clients and acquaintances. I've done this before: my customers were happy too I can continue to learn and grow in my profession You see, accepting what is also true versus trying to dispel fearful thoughts can help you take action.
More confidence. Negative beliefs that hinder executive list you? Think of the things that are also true: past successes, recent training or receiving positive feedback and trick your brain into believing your capability! Someone who exudes confidence 3. Visualizing and manifesting: (how) does that work to your advantage? Jackie Has is very clear about it. Visualizing success, if not applied properly, can get in the way of your success. Your brain doesn't know the difference between real and visualized success.
Visualizing may lead to a heightened state of energy and happiness, but not by definition to a plan of action, strategic action and possibly adjusting your approach. All kinds of things you need to achieve successful goals. Visualizing therefore has a very good motivating effect: you can encourage the imagination of success or achieved goals to set specific goals or formulate ambitions. Negative visualization also has a major influence. Having the habit of speaking negatively about your own success or simply thinking about doom a lot leads to unpleasant feelings, little energy and zero motivation.