Keep asking yourself “Why am I so unlucky”? Are you gambling money and losing every time? Taking the wrong financial advice? Betting on sports teams and losing? Unlucky in love? Whatever it is, there’s something you need to know.
Here’s a shocking truth about luck: you make it yourself. Instead of asking “why am I so unlucky” (in life, in love or anywhere else) you need to learn how to create luck by seeing the oppurtunities right in front of your eyes. Trust me, luck is in your life, you just need to tap into it.
Why am I So Unlucky?! Because you dont understand what luck is
Luck. Some people have it, some people don’t. And you want to be one of the chosen few who happen, oh so incidentally, upon success, wealth, love and happiness as though by chance, don’t you, my friend? You want to stop asking “Why am I so unlucky” and become one of the few people who seem to have it ll given to them.
But how exactly can you become lucky? After all, luck isn’t something we achieve or even something we can work on, is it? Luck is illusive, an intangible idea, a word we say to express something that seems to happen as though incidentally.
Here are some examples of what most people consider “luck”
- If someone happens to be out for a walk when at their feet they feel a scratch, whereupon they bend over and inspect the grass to find a ten pound note; they’re lucky.
- If someone goes for a coffee alone one day and happens to see an attractive member of the opposite sex sitting by themselves too, whereupon the two hit it off; they’re lucky.
- If someone happens to overhear that there’s a new job opportunity that needs filling immediately and they end up getting it just because they were there; they’re lucky.
- If someone happens to have left the stove on and they smell gas just before lighting a cigarette and killing themselves; they’re lucky.
These are just a few typical examples of ways in which people might be lucky, and as with the vast majority of lucky incidents, they come down to discovering something or finding something.
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