Monday, February 20, 2012

Can we change our Luck?How? Can we change our Destiny?
a extract from script .....

The harder I work, the luckier I get.
—GARYPLAYER

Cuban understands the dichotomy that most don’t: Process creates events that others see as luck.

luck is a product of process, action, work, and being “out there.”

We have to build a framework for success so that success become guranted.

And when you are “out there” you stand a chance at being in the right place at the right time.

There are right places and wrong places.

The right place isn’t on your sofa watching Kaun Banega Crorepati or down at the neighborhood bar getting jacked-up on Bud Light while watching the Cubs lose another game.

If you want to be at the right place at the right time you indeed have to be at the right place—and the right place knows which places are the wrong
places.

If you aren’t off the Sidewalk taking action and engaging in process, you will never realize luck.

Luck is always perceived to be a matter of event: you win the lottery, you win a sweepstakes, or you find a 200-year-old painting in the attic worth millions. Again, more falsities.

Like wealth,luck is not an event but an after effect of process. Luck is the residue of process.

Sidewalkers love events but hate process. It’s only natural for Sidewalkers to assume wealth is luck, because they believe wealth is an event.

A member of the Fastlane Forum (TheFastlaneForum.com) recently posted that Bill Gates got lucky. Luck didn’t create Windows. Luck didn’t create a company. Luck didn’t create repetitive, concerted action toward a specified purpose.

When we consistently act and bombard the world with our efforts, interacting with the waves of others, stuff happens.

And that stuff? Sidewalkers interpret it as luck, when it is nothing more than action engaged with better probabilities.

Luck occurs when probability moves from impossible to likely. For our two brothers in construction, who is going to get lucky? The brother who exposes his inventions to the world bends probability in his favor. His lazy brother does not. Force your process out into the world and you can defy the odds of “being in the right place at the right time.”

To realize luck, engage in processes where better probabilities exist. Luck is introduced when you play.

Increase thought process to get something.It works, i have practically beniftted from thought waves.

When life is played to win, luck shows its face. Unfortunately, Sidewalkers assign luck to events of faith—luck not engaged by process. If you want luck, engage in process, because process raises events from the ashes.

Like wealth, luck is created by process, not by event.
Luck is created by increased probabilities that are improved with the process of action.

Luck is largely a matter of probabilities.
There is a probability that virtually anything can happen, and these probabilities can be calculated with considerable accuracy.

In almost every case, you can increase or decrease the likelihood of something happening or not happening.

For example, there is a certain probability that you will be killed in a
traffic accident. But you can reduce this probability by driving sober, more
carefully, and wearing seatbelts. Some people drive all their lives and never
have an accident or a speeding ticket.

One thing we know, for example, is that luck is a function of activity.
The more things we try, and the faster we try them, the more likely it is
that we will try the right thing at the right time that will bring us the
success we desire.

The fact is that most things dont work the first time, and often, they dont work the first ten times. Nonetheless, if we keep trying new things, and learning from every setback, we will inevitable develop the skills and experience we need to succeed.

There is a saying that, “luck is when preparation meets opportunity.”
The more time we take to learn, study and prepare ourself in our chosen
field, the more luck we will seem to have. The better prepared we are, the
more often we will both recognize and be prepared enough to take advantage of opportunity when it arises.sometime it does not work intially we have to put additional effort.

Most importantly, luck seems to happen to people with clear goals
and detailed plans of action. When we know exactly what we want and
we are working diligently to achieve it every day, all kinds of wonderful
things happen to us to move us more rapidly toward our goals, and our
goals toward us.

Because we create our own luck and now there is a study that proves this -
one that was in a recent issue of Reader's Digest.

Researchers conducted a 10-year case study of 400 people ranging in age from 18-84 hoping to discover why some people are lucky and others are not. The results - you create your own luck based on how you think and how you see things - all of which you can learn to change. Once you change the way you think and the way you see things you will begin to create your own good luck and good fortune.
The more detailed results of this study found that lucky people are lucky because they seize opportunities, they create positive self-fulfilling prophecies and have a resilient attitude that allows them to turn bad luck into good luck by focusing on what went right, and how things could have been much worse - a process that allows them to be thankful for what happened and to look at the positive side of the situation.

If you're not doing any of the above then you may find that you have more "bad" luck than good luck.

few famous comments on luck:

1.“Chance favors the prepared mind.“ – Louis Pasteur
2.“Depend on the rabbit’s foot if you will, but remember it didn’t work for the rabbit.“ – R.E. Shay
3.“Diligence is the mother of good luck.“ – Benjamin Franklin
4.“If you think you can, you can. And if you think you can’t, you’re right.“ – Henry Ford
5.“In short, Luck’s always to blame.“  – Jean De La Fontaine
6.“Luck is the residue of design.“ - Branch Rickey
7.“Success is simply a matter of luck. Ask any failure.“ – Earl Wilson
8.“The only sure thing about luck is that it will change.“ – Wilson Mizner
9.“The only thing that overcomes hard luck is hard work.“ – Harry Golden
10.“The winds and waves are always on the side of the ablest navigators.“ – Edward Gibbon

After reading all these am i able to change my luck? am i be able to attract the good fortune? ....may be ...i am in process....r u ?

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