How To Be Lucky

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  • 1. How to be Lucky People& Organisations

2. 4 Types of Luck=4 Ways of Being Lucky 3. 4 Types of Luck=4 Ways of Being Lucky By Accident Through Exploratory Behaviour Through Sagacity Through Personalized Action 4. Blind luck, nothing to do with you Accidental luck 1 5. Blind luck, nothing to do with you Q.How to be more lucky? Accidental luck 1 6. Blind luck, nothing to do with you Q.How to be more lucky? A.Youcant ! Accidental luck 1 7. The End 8. General Exploratory Behaviour The Kettering Principle Chance favours those inmotion . 2 9. General Exploratory Behaviour The Kettering Principle Chance favours those inmotion . Happy accidents occur as a result events coming together through energetic behaviour. 2 10. General Exploratory Behaviour The Kettering Principle Chance favours those inmotion . Happy accidents occur as a result events coming together through energetic behaviour. Q.How to be more lucky? 2 11. General Exploratory Behaviour The Kettering Principle Chance favours those inmotion . Happy accidents occur as a result events coming together through energetic behaviour. Q.How to be more lucky? A.Curiosity about many things, persistence, experiment and exploration. 2 12. Keep on going and the chances are you will stumble on something, perhaps when you are least expecting it.I have never heard of anyone stumbling on something sitting down. 13. Sagacity The Pasteur Principle Chance favours theprepared mind. 3 14. Sagacity The Pasteur Principle Chance favours theprepared mind. Experience & knowledge makes for a special receptivity to opportunities, ideas or relationships. 3 15. Sagacity The Pasteur Principle Chance favours theprepared mind. Experience & knowledge makes for a special receptivity to opportunities, ideas or relationships. Q.How to be more lucky? 3 16. Sagacity The Pasteur Principle Chance favours theprepared mind. Experience & knowledge makes for a special receptivity to opportunities, ideas or relationships. Q.How to be more lucky? A.Develop knowledge, observe and remember to form new associations quickly 3 17. Dans les champ de lobservation,le hasard ne favoriseque lesesprits prepares 18. Chance favours individualisedaction. Personalised action The Disraeli Principle. 4 19. Chance favours individualisedaction. Good fortune favours those who behave in ways that are specifically distinctive (or organisation!). Personalised action The Disraeli Principle. 4 20. Chance favours individualisedaction. Good fortune favours those who behave in ways that are specifically distinctive (or organisation!). Q.How do you become more lucky? Personalised action The Disraeli Principle. 4 21. Chance favours individualisedaction. Good fortune favours those who behave in ways that are specifically distinctive (or organisation!). Q.How do you become more lucky? A.Distinctive hobbies, lifestyles, activities which set you apart and can single you out for good fortune. Personalised action The Disraeli Principle. 4 22. We make our fortunes, we call them fate. 23. Be energetic, positive and persistent 24. Be energetic, positive and persistent Experiment & explore 25. Be energetic, positive and persistent Experiment & explore Develop your knowledge 26. Be energetic, positive and persistent Experiment & explore Develop your knowledge Observe & remember 27. Be energetic, positive and persistent Experiment & explore Develop your knowledge Observe & remember Differentiate yourself from the crowd 28. Richard Gold [email_address]