“I am a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more I have of it.” ~ Thomas Jefferson

Life isn’t a lottery.

It’s not a win-some-lose-some kind of thing.

It’s about choices.

And making smart decisions about those choices.

That “lucky” person we all seem to know?

It’s really a undercover disguise for hard-ass work.

So make some good choices and work your ass off.

Then, go ahead and play the lottery.

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2 replies
  1. Mark
    Mark says:

    I think luck is necessary, but hard work is also necessary for any kind of work. Private detective work in which both are necessary and Professional detectives have a hard work.

  2. David Childe
    David Childe says:

    Working hard helps us two ways in the “luck” department: More of these “lucky” opportunities seem to come our way; we are better able to capitalize on these “lucky” opportunities.

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