Too often we as humans are too self-important; so arrogant to think that our ability to possess power makes us superior to another living being, whether another human or an animal. My cat, for example, completely untrained has naturally adapted the concept of hunting. With no need to work, obtain food or drink (or treat), he has an understanding of the elements that create a good hunter. I have him stalk his prey from a distance, sneak his prey around corners and pounce on one of us just as we come into visibility.
Each of us are naturally equipped with everything we need to be great, it's a matter of self-awareness to become comfortable with what that is. Just like Juice (that's my cat's name), it takes a little trial & error. But what is consistently true across the board is that no progress is made from your comfort zone. We can not aim to be millionaires if we never take steps to use our innate abilities to get there. It all starts with us, on individual levels. If we can get over the fear of failing and overstand that we can only take one step at a time, then the process along the way becomes more bearable.