Ever wonder why some people are lucky and others aren’t? The Irish aren’t the only ones holding the pot of gold, and the four-leaf clover. There are ways to create your own luck which I’m about to share with you. Quite a few years ago I read a book by Peter Ragnar called The Awesome Science of Luck, it’s worth looking into.
Since I’m on my lunch-hour and time is limited I’ll be brief, (something that doesn’t come easy for me).
Starr’s Tips for Creating Luck:
- Think outside of the box, go against the grain. You’re never going to invent the light bulb if you keep doing what’s already been done.
- Look for the rainbow in the storm. For every negative, there is hidden inside a positive lesson, you must expect to find it.
- Quit listening to the naysayers! Walt Disney was fired by a newspaper editor because he was told “he had no imagination and lacked good ideas.” I call these people the Dreamcrushers, avoid them like the plague.
- Listen to you gut, or intuition. God put it there for a reason. The reason being is; that “still small voice” or an angel talking to you, giving you the inner guidance, divine intervention to push you toward what’s already a desire in your heart.
- Act on those hunches IMMEDIATELY! This I can’t stress enough timing is everything!
- My last tip is “create it.” Yeah, you heard me, I’m the one that had a microphone like the singers used & walked around my apartment pretending I was hosting my own television show. I’m the one who drove my bicycle around all the mansions on Lake Erie imagining I’d live in one some day. I’m the one who drove a Jaguar on my birthday because I always wanted one, (today I drive an Audi, but I test-drove the Jag for a week, (yea the guy at the used car dealership let me drive several cars for over a week) and I decided the Audi was a better deal). Last, get yourself a “magic wand” and create your own dreams, like you did when you were a kid.
This is Eva Starr saying I Love You and thank you for your support and generosity.