Obstacle 64: Luck

“I’m a great believer in luck. I find the harder I work, the luckier I get.” ~Thomas Jefferson

Luck limits ownership. Depending on the folly of luck is limiting. Good or back, luck is still a by-product of labor. The more you labor, the luckier you get.

Nothing replaces effort. Even if you win the lottery, success still requires persistence. A singer must rehearse. A painter must paint. A pianist must practice. A speaker must speak. Whatever your talent or goal, luck is only a small element in the process of success, if any.

Work hard. Dreams do come true-one active vision at a time.

Luck is a verb.

Opportunity Step: Say “I am lucky” today.

(This is an excerpt from the book, Climb Every Obstacle: Eliminate Your Limits! Buy copies for graduates and Mother’s Day or Father’s Day-FREE shipping).

 

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About AnitaAnswers

I am an encourager who believes in LIFE (learning, information, function, expression). Author: Climb Every Obstacle: Eliminate Your Limits!
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