lucky-people thinking

We tend to think that luck is an undefined power of kindness that comes from the universe. Sometimes it is indeed so, but many things we call “fatal” are not always associated with the fate. Instead, these things are the direct result of our actions. Even in order to win the lottery, you first need to buy a lottery ticket.

Psychological studies show that people who consider themselves lucky behave differently from those who believe they are not. Luck is a way of life, which can be changed. See how lucky people think and learn from them!

1. They properly use the time

Seize the day, because time is relentless. Lucky people make time their ally and do not let the opportunities go lost because of fear of failure.

2. They consider themselves lucky

Lucky people believe that they are lucky so they face life openly and with optimism. Thus, they are always in an advantageous position and see before them only challenges, not obstacles.

3. They don’t confuse luck with the unexpected

Life is full of unexpected events but it does not determine the destiny of every person. Coincidences are everywhere around us, but luck is a personal matter. An unpleasant outcome that is influenced by external factors does not determine if a person is lucky or not.

4. They are more careful

Lucky people are not ruled by stress and thus keep their temper in all circumstances. This makes them properly use their strengths and always remain focused and effective.
 



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Valerie

Valerie

I'm a law student who is fond of reading and writing about interesting topics on science (especially cognitive science and psychology), technology, and different extraterrestrial and paranormal stuff. I'm passionate about movies, travelling and photography.