This Is Your Lucky Day
This is your lucky day, if you apply the following good-luck
lesson to your life.
During his ten-year study of luck, professor Richard Wiseman
found that lucky people use many psychological strategies to
turn bad luck into good luck. They might automatically imagine
how things could have been worse, for example, in order to eliminate
any paralyzing sense of hopelessness in the current bad situation.
They also look at what can be done, and concentrate on that.
Have you heard the saying, "If life gives you lemons,
make lemonade?" That is the frame of mind of a lucky person.
In their minds, there are always motivating questions, like,
"What can I do with this situation? Could this be lucky
in some way? How can I make lemonade from these lemons?"
How can I make this my lucky day?
The way we see the problem is
the problem. - Stephen Covey
Problems Are Opportunities
In his book, "Screw It, Let's Do It," Richard Branson
has a great story about turning a problem into an opportunity.
He and his wife were in the Virgin Islands, and the flight to
Puerto Rico had been canceled. There were a lot of disappointed
people, and they were all sitting around doing nothing. What
could they do, after all, but wait until there was another flight?
Branson doesn't think that way, however. He found a plane,
and asked how much it would be to charter it one way to Puerto
Rico. He was told $2,000. Looking around at the number of people
waiting, he did some quick math. Then he took a small chalkboard
and wrote on it, "Virgin Airways." Below that he wrote
"One way flight to Puerto Rico, $39."
After the 52nd person signed up, he was making a profit. Although
he didn't actually start his airline until later, this was the
inspiration. A problem is sometimes an opportunity. This one
lead to the creation of a major airline - but only because of
his approach to problems...
(This is an excerpt from the "Secrets
of Lucky People" package. Changing the way you approach
so-called "bad luck" is just one of the dozens of ways
you can make any day into a lucky day. You can read the rest
of this chapter in the book, and you'll also find dozens of great
little exercises designed to make you this your lucky day. Use
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examples and life stories make this a fast, fun read that will
have you feeling luckier with each turn of the page. - From a
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