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The Secret of Luck: Why Some People Have All the Luck

Why do some people have all the luck while others are perpetually unlucky? Professor Richard Wiseman of the University of Hertfordshire was determined to get to the scientific bottom of the phenomenon of luck, and what he discovered may surprise you:

I placed advertisements in national newspapers asking for people who felt consistently lucky or unlucky to contact me.

Hundreds of extraordinary men and women volunteered for my research and over the years, have been interviewed by me. I have monitored their lives and had them take part in experiments. The results reveal that although these people have almost no insight into the causes of their luck, their thoughts and behaviour are responsible for much of their good and bad fortune. Take the case of seemingly chance opportunities. Lucky people consistently encounter such opportunities, whereas unlucky people do not.

I carried out a simple experiment to discover whether this was due to differences in their ability to spot such opportunities. I gave both lucky and unlucky people a newspaper, and asked them to look through it and tell me how many photographs were inside. I had secretly placed a large message halfway through the newspaper saying: 'Tell the experimenter you have seen this and win $50'.

This message took up half of the page and was written in type that was more than two inches high. It was staring everyone straight in the face, but the unlucky people tended to miss it and the lucky people tended to spot it.

Unlucky people are generally more tense than lucky people, and this anxiety disrupts their ability to notice the unexpected.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/3896391.cms | Richard Wiseman's official website | His book: The Luck Factor


Luck is when preparation meets opportunity.

Fortune favors the bold.

While it is better to be lucky than good, being both is best.

Sometimes, the luckiest person is just the best scorekeeper.
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this guys just had a great interview on Skeptics Guide to the Universe: http://www.theskepticsguide.org/skepticsguide/podcastinfo.asp?pid=178
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So lucky people are less tense and better able to notice and respond to good fortune and opportunity. Makes sense to me. Looking back all those people I know who consider themselves unlucky are rather high strung.
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This makes perfect sense. There really is no such thing as "luck", other than what we make of the world around us. Bad things happen to everyone, but it's how those things are handled, and what is learned from them that makes a difference. It is no surprise that tense people, who tend to have a negative view of the world, are "unlucky".

A positive outlook goes a lot further than people imagine.
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When we're hiring, we put all the resumes in a pile and then immediately throw half of them out because we don't want unlucky people working for us.
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Nice quoting, Eddie. Who said that?

“I'm a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more I have of it.”
Thomas Jefferson

“Luck is what you have left over after you give 100 percent.”
Langston Coleman

“Success is simply a matter of luck. Ask any failure.”
Earl Wilson

“The day you decide to do it is your lucky day”
Japanese Proverb

“Being deeply learned and skilled, being well trained and using well spoken words; This is good luck”
Buddha

"Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect."
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Do you see a trend? Work hard, get educated, be kind, and you will have all the luck you need.
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Tired old chestnuts are fine, but ponder for a moment those who get educated, work hard, and show kindness to all, who nevertheless have a hard way to go and little to show for it. Interestingly, these same people tend to be a good deal less smug than their more famous counterparts. Coincidence?
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lol @DaveL

This study is a microcosm of something I've always believed: While reality is objective, a person's subjectivity greatly effect their own 'realities'. So, a person expecting crappiness will experience it more often (because they are looking for it and will ignore non-crappiness), even to a subconcious level. And vice-versa.

That being said, it IS difficult to change the way you think and percieve. But if you work at it, you'd be suprised how much happier you end up! :D
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I was fully expecting it to be based upon ones perception of events. I think in the end we are all equally "lucky" but some of us just don't see it.
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I feel that if you are confident luck will follow.
It is important to set goals today for tomorrow.
I have been bless with the gift, so my luck continues.
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I feel lucky when I feel good, feel unlucky when things just go crappy however lucky or unlucky there is no way I would miss an ad for 50 bucks. I need money!
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Before my birthday March 02, 2006 I made a resolution to make a paradigm shift in my life, within 2 weeks, by accident, I met someone online, using Vampirella's famous picture as her identity. In short, I thought this person looked familiar and struck a conversation. The woman and I had an easy conversation with no constraints, I was swept by her intelligence and my luck of her being on this web site in an exploratory mode and me scouring for a connection. This woman, wound up becoming my best friend, my one great love and quite simply "My Everything." We have both read and re-read our first conversation archived from a yahoo IM. Our conversation was simplistic and generic, but I felt like I found my new religon. This is coupled with luck and the ability to identify luck by having an awareness of being aware of being aware...

Danny
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Great study I must say but I feel you are only scratching at the surface of luck.
To me wouldn't luck be something like why do we live in a developed country and eat while millions of other go hungry?
How do you measure something that is far beyond are power? Why do you think the bullet hits one and misses the other? Do honestly think the bullet cares if you are tense or relaxed or not?
Don't belittle luck. Only one out of a million when the jackpot and that my friend makes you very very lucky..and rich.

Sincerely,
Beau Carpenter
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I believe luck or lack of it is all due to the law of attraction. Simply said, if you believe you are lucky, then you attract luck, if you believe you are unlucky, then you do not attract luck, and attrack things that are not lucky.
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Some people in my experience are really just unlucky in all things. Living here in Reno I see it all the time. You can literaly feel the negativity from them coming in waves when they get near you.
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I know plenty of people that always seem to be down on their luck. I've noticed one common element: they have busy minds and active subconscious thinking, so much so that they cannot see life's moments clearly. They miss opportunities. They make selfish choices. They are stuck in the swampy morass of their minds.

Another common element is patience. Patient people are awake, aware and mindful. They see things as they really are and fit right in. Success is aligning oneself with what is so. Unlucky people are always in conflict with people, places and events. Their thinking makes it so.

Lastly, "lucky" people seem to wait on a "higher power" if you will. They have learned the secret of abandoning selfishness to a higher Self. They seem to know what to say and do at the right moment when given the cue. This is spiritual maturity.

For the unlucky:"If I didn't have bad luck I'd have no luck at all"

For the lucky "As a man thinketh, so is he."
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If you haven't read the new Malcolm Gladwell book, Outliers, you all should. He discusses the many reasons why some people are successful. I won't do his book justice, so check it out when you get a chance.
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The luckiest people that I know have had rich daddys
to get them a wonderful start in life. They don't
have to worry about making a living. Their work is
also their play.
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Hogwash! I bought 100 raffle tickets and someone else bought 10. Three of theirs were picked, none of mine were...Was that because I was tense??? I think there is such a thing as just being lucky.
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wow that makes total bullshit know people give everything and get nothing know people that give nothing and get everything and vise versa tense or not things happen that cant be seen or stopped all the insight preperation in the world can be blown to hell buy chance and thats documented fact of lots peoples lives tense my ass
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This study is complete bogus. If a plane crashes into my neighbor's house instead of mine, thats luck. Not being able to notice a large phrase in a newspaper that will award you free money means you have bad perception and bad observational skills, not bad luck. I can't believe everyone is taking this seriously, lmao!
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I thought it was funny that he placed an ad in order to find lucky or unlucky people and then used the same methodology to test whether they were lucky or unlucky and the unlucky people missed the test item which was also an ad in a publication.

I wish this post had elaborated on the reasoning beyond the single sentence at the end.
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Amazingly insightful. When my favorite car was totaled in a three car accident (an SUV shoved my car into the SUV in front of me at a stoplight), I was mortified. However, I acknowledged the odd fact that had I not been there at that time, the SUV ahead of me (full of young parents) would likely have been pushed into the busy intersection, and things could have been significantly worse. As it is, no one was seriously injured.

Flip the coin....

My ex, ever the "Negative Nancy", instead of silently glad at my misfortune of losing my only transportation (which I expected), openly sulked because 'she has all the luck!' To this day, I'm perplexed! LoL
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what about the people that continually win at casinos or state lottery's, while there are others that could spend money all day long and not win anything?
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I'd been waiting for such scientific explanation of luck. I consider myself as an unlucky person. When I have to choose one thing out of two, I always go to the less favorable one. And here's my description of luck: a lucky person is someone who receives opportunities approaching them in an easy way which come one after another, again and again. An unlucky person is someone who receives a couple of opportunities on the same time in which he/she can only naturally take one. And those opportunities won't be back for quite some time although he/she tries hard to get one. The latter is where I am, I think.
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I like the saying "Luck is when preparation meets opportunity." I think the harder you work the more focused you are. The more focused you are the more likely to see when opportunity comes, therefore the luckier you will be.
When you are so involved in something mentally, you can not even see anything else, but the things related to your thinking. And that's how you attract "luck" into your life.
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i wouldnt say this makes perfect sense as i have viewed the world in a positive way through out my whole life and it still did not increase my luck. i think it has to do with the type of person you are and where you are basically started from like your heritage and all that and how their lucky was.
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Research conducted "over the years" produces a lame, 6-paragraph article? The results of which hinge on a newspaper ad? This has to be the most ridiculous thing I've ever read. I hope this guy gets a real life, a real job, and does some real research.
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I knew a guy who, playing the games on a lark and irregularly, twice won $10,000 on lottery scratch-off tickets. Others play regularly and don't win. Explain to me how this theory about luck has anything to do with the above facts.
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Some people are just plain lucky. I know because my mother was lucky. She could bet on horses and win every time, while the rest of us won only one out of three. She would go to the Casino and win several hundred on nickel and quarter slots while the rest of us spent our twenty bucks and then sat and drank coffee. We were both happy for her luck and disgusted with our lack of it every time. Luck exists. She is living proof.
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Random events are just that. Some people catch the breaks, it is what it is. One of my three brothers is incredibly lucky, and he's managed to blow more opportunities than I could count. I'm not lucky; I've accepted it; and the opportunities I've had, I've earned. Things are what they are, deal with it.
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I believe that to an extent luck has to do with attitude, but not always. Take the example of... me: I was robbed at gunpoint on a beach trip, I got my apartment door kicked in while I was sleeping alone, my car has gotten broken into at least 5 times, I had a carbon monoxide leak in my apt and the whole building almost died, I was with my friend when SHE caught 35 acres of a mountain on fire and we BOTH got a year's probation, and in the past 380 days I have lost my great uncle, two great aunts, my grandmother, my uncle, my aunt, my childhood cat, my bunny, and the day before my aunt's funeral we got news that another great uncle was in the hospital. Not to mention various other atrocities that have happened to me both in my childhood and adulthood that I don't care to share in public. I guess you could say I have good luck because I've lived through all these things and I try to be fairly optimistic, but come on! In my case, it's hard to believe I don't have "bad luck". I've always had a positive outlook on life and think that everything happens for a reason, but it's beginning to get ridiculous. I'd like this guy to study me and see the results!
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There is no such thing as lucky and unlucky. It is people who purchase books such as, "The Luck Factor" that waste their money and then say, "I am not lucky" when they have NO money left.

It is the author of "The Luck Factor" who is lucky because he has brainwash people into purchasing his junk.
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OMG, you must be the one who discovered ADHD.
One of the conclusions must be that the second place reward for being unlucky wouild be that they are also the ones who make all the great discoveries.
As the first place reward, don't forget to gift the lucky ones some pom-poms. What, that makes no sense? The ditz, aka cheerleader, is always lucky.
Did you control for blood sugar level? ...or for the presence of herbs, or nosenbleeds, ot needlepoints?
Bad humor is not targeted at you fella, it's just that I am so unlucky that I do not see the light?
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Vagabond, the 9th comment, says it all. But then luck like beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. Solid marriage, good family values and sons and daughter who are succesful in their own rights are the benchmarks by which I define myself as lucky.
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being lucky and unlucky is just part of your brain telling you . the brain is a mysterious thing it works in very wierd ways. always take in things in a positive way!!!!!!
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My personal take on being lucky is: Always keep an open mind (free of biased thoughts) whatever you do & wherever you go. Hear out other people's point of view good or bad, then make a personal judgement of what works best for you. Lucky or unlucky, listen to your gut-feel. If it's a mistake, just learn from it and dont' repeat it. Sounds too simple?
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Isn't he the same guy who tried to study and determine what was the funniest joke ever told? He told the joke that his findings indicated was the funniest ever told, it was completely LAME and Lewis Black ripped him a new one. This was all on the History Channel.
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Nope. I don't believe it. Sorry. I'm a very positive thinking person and have the worse luck! In work related contests where my chances were so good at winning that even co-workers were telling me "it's in the bag" I'd still lose. It's become a light-hearted joke at my house whenever we play board games, games of chance, that no one has to worry about me beating them because I always lose. I'm not a sore loser at all by no means. I'm just saying that even with a positive attitude, you can still be unlucky.
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It does seem to make sense that high-strung(unlucky) people would miss out on certain opportunities, which is why they feel unlucky. It does appear on the surface that people who think they are lucky, truly are lucky.
However this study does seem to support the idea that lucky people are able to more clearly see opportunities that are presented to them.

From now on, I am a lucky person.
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62 comments and not a single person questions the legitimacy of this experiment. This guy didn't test people's luck; he tested his subjects' abilities of observation and attention to detail.
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I've had the worst year and a half of my life. I lost everything and it doesn't seem to be getting any better. I used to be lucky but it has run out I think. I don't want to live another day.
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False! Each one of them was lucky to be in an experiment that offers 50 dollars. This experiment tests discipline and alertness instead of luck. Those with more anxiety have a harder time focusing, but that is common knowledge.
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its true people who are lucky have good natured behavioural character in general and very kind, net facial appearance of patience.It involves self descipline, good education that parents instell them while they were young to adulthood.The unlucky ones results to the way around cycle in life unlucky which sometime hard to fathom. Thats why in this very earth of ours theres always imperfection that only God knows can explain the path of life we follow that its already existed that we people call it discoveries that its been existed before human beings created. Our life always full of parity until we die.
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This still does not explain random chance luck, ie. the woiman in Florida who has won the state lottery THREE TIMES!, card players, dice etc. Why does this occur?
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"Unlucky people are generally more tense than lucky people"....well, no shit....should it be the other way around?.....of course not! "This anxiety disrupts their ability to notice the unexpected." Who says that's what did it? What if they notice everything around them and all they see is bullshit? Sure that causes anxiety...but it has nothing to do with luck. This guy jumped to a super huge conclusion. What ever!
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Okay, I don't care what anyone says, some people are just born under a lucky star. My husband is the luckiest person I have ever met. Everything he touches seems to turn to gold, even to the point where it's a joke within the family. One time he was going to a large (400 people) gathering where there was a drawing for $500. He asked before he left home that night what we should spend the money on once he won and we actually figured that out. And of course of all the names to be drawn that night, guess who won that $500?? Yes! Him! And now our youngest daughter seems to have that same luck. I have a great, upbeat attitude and have a good life but I truly think that some people have a real lucky streak!
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Yeah, I am one of those unlucky people, and yeah, I have a bad attitude- I figured I have earned it after all of my bad luck, but maybe, just maybe, if only ONE GOOD thing would happen to those of us with consistently bad luck, we wouldn't have such a lousy attitude! Until then, I will stay the way I am, thank you very much!!
As for the ad in the newspaper- those of us "unlucky" people didn't miss the ad- we ignored it- because WE are the type of people who don't win anything and we are smart enough to realize a scam when we see it! Negative? Yes. Honest? Yes. Reality? Yes. We may be unlucky, but we are also intelligent enough to know better!
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If your mind is not open to possibilities, your mind will not see them. Simple as that. It has nothing to do with 'the secret'. This is a basic fact. Try to open your mind to other possibilities and you will see the difference. Stop being so cynical. Skepticism is ok, but cynicism is the sign of a closed mind. It's no wonder you're not lucky! Why are people so disturbed by hearing that your mind is more powerful than you think? I don't understand that type of thinking. Think positively, and you may see some changes. What you think the world is, is what the world will give you. Think about it...
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Looks like about 80% of you guys are "lucky." I wonder how many "unlucky" people dismissed this article as garbage without even giving it a look. At least the "unlucky" ones that posted something here are willing to put forth the energy to hate the rest of us properly. :)
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To Robbie,
You chose to ignore the ad, and so you lost out on $50! Imagine if you will, that you stop ignoring things. Think about embracing instead of ignoring. You are choosing to be like this, no one else is making you negative. It's your choice. If you choose to ignore, then yes, you are unlucky in that aspect because you choose not to take the chance. Why not take the chance instead of ignoring it? I don't understand that logic?
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Perhaps people are tense because they have bad luck, not the other way around. Just a possibility. Getting consistently kicked in the teeth by Lady Luck does not make for a relaxed, low key person. Whereas a person who can just breeze along with good fortune is, well, happy go...lucky!
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Some are born brilliant or with incredible skills to play piano or golf at a very early age. Then again some are born Duds and some others blind or mute. Is this some kind of luck too?
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ayy! they did let out the "secret" more people need to look into it......luck or not its all how you think of it. you know your lucky ..(positive frquency)...know ur unlucky(negative energy)....if you know "the secret" then u know what i'm talking about..
question email me jes_francillette@yahoo.com
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The unlucky people: "But the experiment was intended to have people count the images...!" The unlucky people were too busy counting the images, while the lucky people were looking at other things, as well. So, lesson: Don't be so serious and uptight.
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Let me just say that we ALL have the ability to make our lives what it is. If you expect the worst of life, you will most likely get the worst of life! It's time to make a change and turn around your thinking and try to start to think that you are a well deserving individual who is deserving of a good life. WHy think you are only destined for failure? That type of thinking can only lead to failure... don't you get it guys?
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If I had my say I would think the people born on even years would be the lucky ones and the ones born on the odd years would be the unlucky ones. Like me I was born 1949 and I am VERY UNLUCKY.
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There's a difference between luck and success. I do however believe there is a link between luck and happiness. If you have inner happiness you see the things that happen in your favor and the opportunities around you, and feel lucky. Success however is how you measure where the bar has been placed and whether you have adchieved it. It varies by person. We all know people who are successful but not happy
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To Jeannie-
Have you ever thought that maybe those of us who are unlucky have previously embraced things and it didn't make any difference? How do you know that the $50 wasn't a scam- and you ended up losing $200 in the process? That would be the type of luck I have- doesn't matter what I do. So what did I really lose? Nothing. As someone stated, if you get kicked in the teeth enough, you do become defensive and cynical, so why keep trying when nothing ever changes? I have come to that point in my life where I no longer embrace things- there is no reason to. It makes more sense for me to protect myself- whether it be my wallet, my mentality or my heart- than to take a "chance" at luck! Believe me, if you had enough bad luck come your way, you would feel the same. 'Nuff said!
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Hmm, maybe just maybe, those who didn't get to see the $50 half page ad, had clouded vision due to uncleaned glasses or lenses! If you can't spot anything good or worthwhile, you will simply continue not to see it.
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Simply explained and yet so obviously true. I always find the 4 or 5 leaf clovers just because I am looking for them. They are always there just like any opportunity for those that know and persist in finding what they want or what they look for. I guess I am one of the luckiest people in this world. My favorite event was many years ago when the day I decided I needed a world atlas I received a post card in the mail inviting me to open a new bank account and receive a free and very beautiful hard covered atlas. I did just that and got my book and a
new bank account. I still have both.
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I have been lucky in love and in having talent. Unlucky with money. Any opportunity to make an advancement in money related ventures always fails or is hampered by something unforeseen. I want to go back to school so what happens my car breaks down. I can't get a job despite all my qualification. I am being interviewed by people I wouldn't have hired when I ran a company.
I am a great guitarist but I get very few jobs despite satisfied customers who rave about me. It seems if it involves the opportunity to get ahead financially I have no luck at all. Then again I feel luck is like driving a car and not holding the steering wheel,Then expecting to get to your destination.
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I have been buying lotto tickets with the same numbers the last 20 years and never have won.where is the attitude .why have some people won 2 and 3 times.Luck is just random being in the right place at the right time.nothing to do with anything else.
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Steven:
I was born in a even year- and I am very unlucky, so that theory doesn't work either. I believe some people are just meant to be luckier than others- period. Has nothing to do with anything.
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I think it's all about three elements:

1. Joy... enjoying life, seeing beauty, appreciating good fortune, and being realistic that not everything in life will always be fun; then you appreciate the good times. Stevie Wonder was born blind, but probably considers himself lucky for his talent, fame and success. Check out Helen Keller...

2. Practical intelligence... not just getting a good education, but learning something in every experience. That makes the difference - putting that education to the test, in all situations... and getting something out of it that you can use. And never stop learning!

3. What's your point? (in being here)... After all, a purposeless life is meaningless. I've spent my life in service - to my country for 24 years in the Army, to others, as a nurse for 15 years, to my students for the last 2 1/2 years as a teacher, and as a graduate student, writing practice quizzes for my classmates to help us all on our journey to oriental medical licensure. Many of my experiences have been difficult, but I consider myself luckier than any lotto winner or international financier (OK, maybe some of them aren't feeling lucky at all these days).

Nurture the first two, and exercise the third, and you'll be lucky, too.
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I think "luck" in business, achievement or whatever goal one has can be best promoted by the following method:

L = Labor
U = Under
C = Correct
K = Knowledge
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