... to a certain extent. We may not directly affect major opportunities of our life at any given moment (like finding oil on our property), but we can indirectly influence how many opportunities spring up and the ferocity with which we pursue them.
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In other people, we focus on the successful result, not the struggle and growth experiences they endured to reach it, while in ourselves, all we’re aware of is the struggle we endure and not the success that is readily apparent to others.
Create your own luck through hard work.
Lucky people have a positive attitude and are resilient when bad things happen.
Unlucky people tend to be fatalistic and believe that no matter how hard they work, they will be unlucky.
Beginners can set a timer for two minutes, then list in two columns the parts of your day that led to positive outcomes and parts that did not. Examine what parts worked really well, and what was inefficient, stressful or unfulfilling.
You might notice patterns that stand out for good or bad. Sometimes, it's the smaller things that deplete your energy and alertness.