“Also, expect things to work out. Then, when things go wrong, you’ll keep pushing through. Because when you expect things to work out, you’ll surely think any setbacks are just temporary.” Stever Robbins

“Luck is the opportunity you aren’t expecting. If you want lots of chance opportunities, you have to plan to make them happen.”

“It’s really easy to get into a routine, day after day. The good news of routines is that they don’t take much thought. The bad news is that the same things happen day after day after day. They’re…routine.”

“Attract luck by being open to new experiences”

“Just being open to new experiences isn’t enough, however. You need to look around enough to notice those opportunities.”

“If you expect to be lucky, you’ll be much more apt to discover opportunity knocking at your door. Expect luck. Even if it’s unrealistic, expect it anyway. “

“Also, expect things to work out. Then, when things go wrong, you’ll keep pushing through. Because when you expect things to work out, you’ll surely think any setbacks are just temporary.”

Source: 4 (Science-Backed) Tips on Being More Lucky

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