Monday, June 19, 2017

The Five Secrets of the Lucky Life

By Richard Kent Matthews - Coach | Author | Speaker


Right on target!

Your luck, whether good or bad, depends almost completely upon your view of the world. 

Disappointed? Don't be. This truth is the beginning of a whole new experience for you.
I used to think that luck was a chance-y thing, that it happened or didn't happen totally by accident, randomly. I was wrong. Still, when I first discovered the five secrets you're about to discover, I was skeptical. That is, until I put them to work. That's the key. Put these five secrets to work for you and your luck can change almost in an instant. Ready? Here goes...
(Oh, one thing... Keep an open mind here. This is not some woo woo parlor trick. This process--or system if you want to call it that--works. Read the list, let it register with you, and you'll understand why
  1. Act lucky. That's right. Act. "What do you mean by that, Richard? Act?" Yes. Here's how you do it. If you had everything you wanted right now, how would you act? Get that picture clearly in your mind. Start acting like that. No excuses. I know the BMW isn't in the driveway yet, but so what? Act like it is anyway. In reality, this is more about mindset. How would you be in your mind, in your emotions, if what you wanted was already in your life? Answer that, act on it. Make it a game. Something to ponder here: If you cannot see yourself in the picture, how can you expect to show up in it? Act like you're in it already. Soon, there you'll be--smack in the middle of it.

  2. Open your life, your mind, and your heart to receive. If you continually complain that you don't have what you want, your life is miserable, you just can't catch a break, then you're not open to receiving what you say you want. Open up to the possibility that your desire, your dream, wants you as much as you want it. No more feeling sorry for yourself. Self-pity is a big block to receiving your good, perhaps even the biggest block. "If you say you're not receiving, you won't be receiving." Richard Kent Matthews