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Bad luck, bad choices, and bad behavior - achievement


We were at some friend's house the other day and the wife mentioned some other connections of ours.

"It sure is too bad, all the bad luck they have," she said.

My first accepted wisdom was, "Bad habits, not bad luck. "

My agree with brain wave was, "Or is it bad choices?"

You see, there is a difference. What we many times call bad luck is purely bad choices.

Let me explain:

If you work hard, buy a new car, keep it up with conventional maintenance and blow a tire energetic down the road, that is bad luck.

However, if you drive on your tires until they are about bald and drive at speeds senior than they are optional for, and keep them at the wrong inflation level, and then the tire blows, that is not bad luck but bad choices. The tire blew for the reason that you chose not to buy new ones. The tire blew since you chose not to take the time to check your tire inflation level the last time you crammed up the tank.

It is bad luck to leave your house on break and while you are away the gas line breaks and the house blows up.

It is bad lifestyle to not tend to charming care of your house, replacing the roof, painting, etc until it is a junk pile. It is bad luck to be let go from a circle that goes into render down as the CEO acted unethically and the stock tanks, forcing layoffs.

It is both bad choices and bad lifestyle to be late to work everyday, demonstrate careless workmanship and have a bad feelings to the point that the boss fires you.

If you decide on to common shady parts of town or risky establishments, and you get mugged, is that bad luck or bad choices?

You get the point.

How often do we call a touch bad luck when it is certainly the conclusion of bad practice or bad choices?

This especially boils down to a be relevant of ownership of our lives and actions. Do we take full dependability for our lives or not? I know of a gentleman who was a moment ago accepted over for a job. It would have paid him $13,000 for a week's worth of work. The character who conceded him over told me why. Aware this gentleman, I said, "It is too bad, since with a few good choices, that guy could be alive in a nice house, dynamic nice cars, and having very few pecuniary problems. "

What about you? Do you encounter bad luck? Or bad habits? Or bad choices?

The next time you hear a big shot say, "He's down on his luck," maybe you ought to ask, "Or is he down on his choices?" I have found that those who have good practice and make good choices tend to encounter the best luck!

So, if you want a hardly good luck, make some good choices and advance some good habits.

"Luck is a extra of sweat. The more you sweat, the luckier you get. " Ray Kroc

"When I work fourteen hours a day, seven days a week, I get lucky. " Dr. Armand Hammer

About The Author:

Chris Widener is a accepted amplifier and author as well as the Head of Made for Success, a ballet company plateful those and organizations turn their ability into performance, be successful in every area of their lives and achieve their dreams.

To see Chris "live" at the forthcoming Jim Rohn Weekend Event as he speaks on the branch of learning of Secrets of Authority go to http://Chris-Widener. InspiresYOU. com/ or call 800-929-0434.


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