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Get Lucky by Learning How to Handle Depression

Depression is in my opinion one of the worst sicknesses around. It causes a downhill whirlwind that digs you deeper and deeper into your self pity and causes you to rot in everyway possible. Depression

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Get Lucky by Educating Yourself about the Fine Print

Pretty much anywhere you go today, there will be some fine print somewhere that people are legally obligated to mention but they don’t want you to know about. You will find in on ads and commercials,

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Get Lucky by Rereading a Book

Unlucky people often think that they won’t gain anything from books, audio books, lectures or seminars. Although they often know about the subject, in my experience, there is always something new that

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Flexible People Get Lucky

To get lucky you need to be extremely flexible and I don’t mean being able to touch your toes or even put your foot around your head. I mean flexible in how you get things done. The world and everything

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The Tortoise and the Hare Can Both Get Lucky

I never realized how much meaning the story of the tortoise and the hare really had. I always knew the moral of the story ever since I heard it for the first time when I was a little kid. Lately I have

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It Is Easier Today Than Ever Before To Get Lucky

Since the creation and popularity of the internet, the world has transitioned into the “Information Age”. Today, the most valuable asset is information because it is something that stays with you

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Get Lucky by Asking Questions

When I was in grade school, I remember being absolutely petrified of raising my hand and speaking up in class. I didn’t like to ask questions because I wasn’t sure of the reaction that I would get.

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Get Lucky by Disciplining Yourself

Another piece of advice from The Richest Man in Babylon  is to discipline yourself when it comes to saving your money. They give the example of a man who decides that he is going to throw one pebble

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Get Lucky by Paying Yourself First and Saving Some Copper

Back to the book “The Richest Man in Babylon”, here is another lesson that I feel is important to share. “Put in 10 pieces of copper into your purse but only take out 9”. When working for pieces

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Get Lucky By Flying Out Of Bed

One of the most remarkable things about being a parent is how much I can learn from my children in any situation. Children are pure and don’t have any outside motivations or involvement in politics

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Get Lucky by Helping the Future You

Jerry Seinfeld has a routine about people always messing over their “future selves”.  Be it “night me” vs. “morning me” or “present me” vs. “me in 12 months”, it’s all the same idea. 

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Free Advice Has a Price

I started reading the book, The Richest Man in Babylon this morning on the subway on the way to work. I have read a few reviews on the book, added it to my amazon.com cart and it arrived this past week.

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Change Your Habits and Get Lucky

One of the most important ways to get lucky is by developing lucky habits. Everyone in the world has habits, some are good, some are bad, and some don’t make a difference one way or another. The point

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Ready, Fire, Aim to Get Lucky

Over the last few months I have been doing some research for this blog. When I decided that I was going to start the blog I started looking into everything I needed to know to build the blog, set it up

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Blame Yourself Because it is Your Fault

I know this woman who always has an answer for everything. The answer is usually “I am this way because…” and then she ends off with either “that’s how I was raised”, “my parents abused

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Lucky People Don’t Compete, They Cooperate.

I just received this email from a fellow blogger and I felt it was worth sharing it on my blog. I responded to the email but I feel I should write about what went through my head as I read this email. Hello, I

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Get Lucky by Being an Optimist

Everyone knows the famous advice “if life throws you lemons, make lemonade”, meaning take whatever bad life throws your way and turn it into something good and sweet. This advice is something that

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Get Lucky by Working Hard

Over the years I have spoken to many very successful business people and entrepreneurs and every single one of them told me the same thing.  To be successful, it takes a lot of hard work and you need

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SHUT UP AND LISTEN!

Ok, now that I have your attention I’ll tell you why you should just “shut up and listen” to get lucky.  Listening is an art that is unfortunately not doing too well these days.  Most people hear

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Luck is Risky Business

This is my fourth post in my series of 10 on how to increase your luck and create Luckortunity. Most people don’t like risk, they would rather have certainty. The problem with that is that they will

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Don’t listen to your Mother, Speak to Strangers!

In my last post I started a series of 10 posts on different ways to increase your luck and create Luckortunity. Today’s post is number 2 out of 10 and tells you how starting a conversation with a stranger

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Increase Your Luck By Taking a Different Route to Work

The next 10 posts will be 10 different ways to increase your luck and create Luckortunity. Today’s post is how taking a new or different route can lead to new luck and more opportunities. People

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How Having Too Many Options Can Lead You Nowhere

I’m in a very interesting position right now. I’m sort of stuck in a temporary state and I’m not sure which direction to go. I have a very good position at a marketing firm with an excellent title.

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How I Got Lucky and Got My Dream Job

There was a time where I was out of a job for a while and really didn’t know what to do with myself. Looking back I cannot believe how lucky I got and how many little factors played a vital role in

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