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Learn to be Lucky

“Some people have all the luck!” This comment implies that other people are using up the luck factor and nothing will be left over for the rest of us. This bitter observation is driven from our innate competitive nature which tends to be jealous of other people’s accomplishments, wealth and friendships. Anyone who has ever transcended their petty jealousies understands that it is liberating to imitate the object of envy, even ask that person to become a mentor, “How did you do that?”

After interviewing a random sample of self-proclaimed lucky people, here are the basic attributes I have found. Study them, so that you can improve your luck or even better, consider yourself blessed.And if you need a tangible symbol to remind you that you are one who Fortune smiles on, or something inspiring to give your focus to, consider the tried and true: The four leaf clover, the hand, the horseshoe, a star, three keys, a red string, and in your home a good-luck bamboo plant. Even better, create your own good luck charm or lucky outfit.

What would you dare to do if you believed that you were lucky?
For more information on managing your stress and reclaiming your life read my book, Addicted to Stress: A Woman's 7 Step Program to Reclaim Joy and Spontaneity in Life. To listen to archived radio shows with guest experts visit Turn On Your Inner Light Radio Show

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