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How to attract good luck

How to attract good luck

How to attract luck

One of the fascinating things I’ve discovered in my research on Rich Habits is the fact that many self-made millionaires, especially Dreamer-Entrepreneurs and Big Company Climbers, got lucky at some point.

  • 84% of these self-made millionaires attribute their luck to their daily habits
  • 87% of these self-made millionaires said they were lucky and
  • 92% of these self-made millionaires said they created their own luck

Self-made millionaires believe that you create your own luck. There are many ways for the wealthy to create their own luck:

  • Pursue a dream. Luck visits dreamers who act on their dreams.
  • Build habits around your dreams. Good habits are like snowflakes on the mountainside. You don’t notice the accumulation until there is an avalanche. Good habits create an avalanche of luck.
  • Build relationships with the right people – success-oriented people who can open doors for you throughtheirrelationships. Good luck likes to associate with positive and optimistic people.
  • Learning new things opens your eyes to opportunities.
  • Take calculated/educated risks. Calculated or educated risk is a type of risk that requires you to do your homework. Good luck ends up visiting those who are ready to receive it.
  • Find a mentor. Mentors open doors for you and guide you on the right paths in life. They teach you what to do and what not to do. The what to do creates good luck. The what not to do helps you avoid bad luck. The absence of bad luck is actually a form of good luck.
  • Be a mentor. Mentees eventually become experts themselves. Like mentors, your mentees can open doors for you.
  • Stay optimistic and positive. Negativity shuts down part of your prefrontal cortex and effectively blinds you to opportunity. The luck of opportunities visits the optimists and shuns the pessimists.
  • Staying focused allows you to accomplish and learn things that quitters never accomplish or learn. Good luck visiting the targeted individuals.
  • Persistence. Devoting yourself to one thing for many years forces you to become expert in that one thing. Good luck ends up visiting the persistent ones.

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Head of Tom Corley

Tom Corley is an accountant, financial planner, lecturer and author of the books “Wealthy Habits: Daily Success Habits of Wealthy People” and “RichKids: How to raise our children to be happy and successful in life“. Corley’s work has appeared on CNN, USA Today, The Huffington Post, SUCCESS Magazine, and numerous other outlets and podcasts in the United States and 27 other countries. Tom is a frequent contributor to Business Insider and CNBC.

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