Our beliefs are about things we don't know.
"If you believe, it is because you don't know.
If you know, you don't need to believe anymore."
So, instead of concluding that you can't be or do something
based on a belief,
ask yourself why you believe that.
Here is an example: "I am too short to play basketball. "
It is said as if it is a fact.
Do you know that you can't because
you are too short or because you believe that?
What do you know about it? Have you researched the subject?
Have you verified that no basket players are
the same height that you are or will become?
Finding the answer to the first question will lead you to ask.
Questions like, since there were a few,
what did they need to do to be successful because of their height?
Then, can I do what they did? If I am not sure, I can.
But again, is this a belief or a fact if I don't think so?
Why don't I think so?