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Luck – How to Improve your Luck!

Do you find that some people seem to be very lucky, yet others quite the opposite? We see people all around us that get the good jobs, that seem to have perfect relationships, and beautiful homes. Well, look no further, this is something that you can also achieve. For starters, did you know that there is scientific proof that you can make your own luck by changing your attitude?  How simple is that?

To start off with, visualisation can make a huge difference to how successful you are. Try to picture yourself winning the competition, achieving the goal, finding the right house. Imagine yourself doing just that, see yourself in those winning situations and you are half way there.

When we look at lucky people, they seem to have three distinct characteristics:

  1. They listen to themselves, and their own intuitions.
  2. They notice and embrace each and every chance opportunity.
  3. They are positive people with positive expectations and create self-fulfilling prophecies.

But we all have setbacks, and we need to deal with them positively. When something bad happens, don’t just think – ‘Typical, just my luck.’  Instead, put into practice a strategy to improve your luck.

Watch out for next week, I will be detailing steps you can take to bring about your own luck and find the positives in your life!

I hope you find these tips helpful. It would be good to hear what you think about my ideas, and anything else you have come up with. Tell me what you think by posting your comments below. Why don’t you share this with your friends and family by clicking the Facebook icon or following us on Twitter?


About the Author: Carole Langman works behind the scenes at Bowerland Cottage Holidays and Devon Dogs as the Business Manager. Her office is always a hive of activity, and with the vast amounts of work Carole has, we never really know how she gets through it all! To unwind, she loves gardening, hikes around Bowerland, travelling and writing.

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