02. Take Time to Congratulate Yourself:
When something goes well, think about what you have achieved and congratulate yourself. Make your reflections personal, permanent (will continue to be true) and universal (a general achievement- e.g. "I am great at selling", not "that client was nice i that meeting".
When something goes less well look at it as specific, temporary and external, e.g. "that was a tricky meeting but it's over."
If you know about what is going on and what other people are thinking you are more like to be "lucky". For example : "How fortunate you mentioned that just now - I was talking to Megan and...."
You aren't unlucky each time you miss a parking space - in fact, it would be extraordinary if you didn't every so often.
By seeing yourself as unlucky you create a self - limiting belief, which becomes re-enforcing. Think of yourself as unlucky and it will become true. This also works the other way around (luckily)
The only thing that all successful people have in common is that they made mistakes, and usually quite a lot of them.
Challenge the value of dwelling on previous misfortunes - there is rarely anything to be gained from it.
Praise others for their contribution - if people think they will gain from your good fortune then they will do more to make it happen.
If all else fails, remember Thomas Eddison's adage:"I"m a great believer in luck, and I find that the harder I work more I have of it"
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