How To Improve Your Luck

Can you foresee positive, lovely things occurring?

According to me, luck is when an opportunity arises and you are ready for it.
Washington, Denzel

Who doesn’t have a mild superstition? Both businesspeople and athletes wear their lucky clothes and socks. Wherever I go, I carry a fortunate keychain. The likelihood of success in life can be increased for everyone. You are not, of course, making luck. By doing this, you’re improving your ability to create and spot favourable scenarios and circumstances. Making sense? Most of the time, luck is a mental state. But, it is undoubtedly enjoyable. Would you like to boost your chances of being fortunate? You can expect great things to happen. Most of the time, expectations are met.

Does your brain have the capacity to control the environment around you? You might simply be more adept at recognising your thoughts. Have you ever bought a car and then noticed that the same make and model were common? The more you focus on the positive aspects, the more you’ll see them. You can only gain from what you notice. Observe your gut feeling.

Your brain takes in a lot more information from your environment than you are able to process consciously. Your brain is also highly adept at solving problems. Although your brain sends faint signals, they are nonetheless there. That internal voice prompting you to turn left as opposed to right? Be mindful of it.

Increase your chances of being fortunate. Be alert with your ears and eyes. Fantastic opportunities slip past you every day. Get outside and actively participate. There isn’t much luck in static environments. By spending your time on your couch, you’ll never become wealthy. Be present and mindful at all times. You’ll probably miss out on a lot of chances to be lucky if you spend your time fantasising, worrying about the future, or feeling remorse for the past. The best method for becoming ready to appreciate what life has to offer may be this. Take steps to lessen your life’s stress. Gain control of the people and situations that are stressing you out, or develop coping mechanisms for them. You cannot recognise the wonderful fortune around you while you are concerned and anxious. Either learn how to control the people and circumstances that are stressing you out, or create efficient coping strategies. While you are worried and bothered, you cannot see the good fortune all around you.

Experiment. Here’s an illustration:Make the wise decision to monitor your development. Make a plan to find 25 quarters in the upcoming month. Remind yourself frequently during the day and visualise finding quarters. Keep track of how many you locate. How many you find and where you find them will surprise you.

Get involved. You will be more lucky the harder you work. You’ll find a lot more gold nuggets if you spend 10 hours a day digging than if you only spend 2. Those who work the hardest are typically the most prosperous.

Learn for Yourself. When you learn more, your luck rises. The more information you have, the more effectively you will be able to use the tools and interact with those who cross your path.

Donate freely. Your life will become more full of opportunities as you help others. Your time and money should be freely given.

Successfully handle bad luck. The optimistic outlook needed to attract good fortune may be compromised by a little poor luck. You won’t always be able to get what you desire in life. Take what you can from it, make the most of it, and move on rather than lingering on it. If you desire more luck in your life, give yourself more opportunities to be fortunate.

In making plans for the future, keep the here and now in mind. If you expect positive things to happen, you’ll experience more of the luck you seek.

You get out of life what you put into it. I think you need a bit of luck but you also make a bit of luck. I think that if you’re a pretty decent person you’ll get back what you put in.~ John Key

Hi, I’m Garima and I write about life experiences. I have several books available on Amazon. Check them out today! Any purchases or KDP reads will be greatly appreciated. If you like my books, do leave a review. Here’s my author page on Amazon –


6 Comments Add yours

  1. judeitakali says:

    Beautiful advice and tips, Garima. Thank you.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      Thank you for taking time to read my post.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. judeitakali says:

        Pleasure 🙂. I’ve been unable to access my reader directly for a while until now.

        Liked by 1 person

      2. GS says:

        Glad you see you back


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