Have you noticed all those lucky entrepreneurs lately? You know, the ones who get all the breaks?
The businesses that seem to have amazing clients and earn more money than ever?
Are they just lucky or are they creating luck?
It’s a little of both. In working with tens of thousands of entrepreneurs for more than 20 years, I've learned and tested hundreds of activities that create luck in any type of business.
I have four fun, easy and actionable tips you can do right now. How lucky is that?
1) Be clear and organized
Luck hates disorganization and clutter. Make sure your business mission is clear and get organized when it comes to your business.
Having clear business desires can also make lucky opportunities easier to see.
2) Surround yourself with all things lucky
Like attracts like, right? So if you want to be lucky, be around things that represent luck to attract more.
Start surrounding yourself with lucky people. Frequently visit places that make you feel lucky and good about yourself.
You can also wear things that make you feel lucky, such as a lucky ring or piece of clothing.
As you focus and surround yourself with lucky people, places and things, you will bring the law of lucky attraction to you.
3) Be ready and go for it
When something that's clearly on your business mission comes up, make sure you go for it.
A lot of luck simply comes down to taking advantage of the opportunity.
Remember, you can choose later down the road to not continue, but recognize how lucky you are in the moment and go for it.
Especially if it’s part of your business mission and desires.
4) Be the luck for someone else
The best way to receive something is to give it away unconditionally.
So if you are looking at creating more luck in your business ask yourself what you can do for someone else's business.
Create partnerships or offer your services for free or at a discount to other entrepreneurs who might be temporarily down on their luck.
Often, luck returns ten-fold by this activity alone.
I hope you have enjoyed these tips on having a lucky business. Now it’s your turn. Share one of your luckiest business moments below or share a lucky tip you have used.
Thanks for sharing the luck.