what is luck getting luck ja-nae janaeYou know the saying, “Some people are just lucky,” right? We’ve all heard it. My friend Dan is definitely one of those people. No matter what he does, it always works out for him. Do you know anyone like that?

“I find that the harder I work, the more luck I have. -Thomas Jefferson.

The truth is “luck” is just a characteristic in success people and here is how you can create your own luck:

I. Position Yourself: Lucky people will constantly put themselves in a position to be “lucky”. They show up to the table, they connect and they tell others what they need. They know nothing will happen if they just sit back and wait for it.

II. Prepare: Lucky people usually prepare for the great things that happen to them. Whether it is doing creative investigation work to network with the right people or taking facts and skills learned at an earlier time and applied to a new situation, lucky people always prepare for situations.

III. Solutions: Lucky people know that there is more than one way to make things happen, so they are constantly in search for ways for things to go there way. And if they cannot find a solution, they start asking people they trust to help out.

Oh, and one more thing……

Persistence: Lucky people have a burning desire to succeed. That desire is infectious. It makes others want to help you become successful.

You can create a great deal of luck by letting them know that you are ready and willing to lucky. By doing so, you are creating the ideal environment to be lucky.

What situations in your life could use a bit if “luck”? Have you been lucky? What would you attribute to your success? We would love to hear from you.

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  1. Dave

    I saw your picture on facebook and thought “Very Attractive” so I looked at your page and then your blog.

    I know that my successes come when I work hard and expect things to work out.

    Nice post! I enjoyed reading it.

    -Dave

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