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What could go right? Create luck.

Optimistic people are more successful and happier than pessimists. Good fortune is prepardness recognising opportunity. Invest your mental energy on what could go right and prepare your mind to recognise positive signs.

Create luck


Lucky people act on their intuitions across many areas of their lives developing mental skills to re-evaluate failure with an optimistic mindset.

Schedule time to picture the future you desire


Optimism is a muscle - practice smart to make it unwavering.

  • Lucky people see the positive side of their bad luck.
  • Lucky people are convinced that any ill-fortune in their lives will, in the long run, work out for the best.
  • Lucky people do not dwell on their ill-fortune.
  • Lucky people take constructive steps to prevent more bad luck in the future.

Teams that believe in the higher purpose behind what they build and sell can will their world into existence.


Engineer schedules and protocols that help to exit the What You See is All There Is mindset.

  • Train intuition
  • Listen To Hunches
  • Maximise Opportunities
  • Expect Good Fortune
  • Turn Bad Luck Into Good

Interpretation of reality is subjective, recognise your biases then evolve habits to combat weak thought patterns. Reframe ABCs:

  • Adversity
  • Belief
  • Consequence

Practice stoicism as a pragmatic way of preparing for bad news so you can respond positively.


Focus intention and attention to win the collisions with life's coincidences that show you are on the right track. Certain character traits lead to luckier outcomes, because they tend to create scenarios that collide with opportunities and thereby increase luck.

Change your environment to change your luck. Isolation is good for deep thinking but chance collisions create opportunities.

  • People who are extroverted: More time with others, more interesting possibilities.
  • People who aren't neurotic: Tense, anxious people are less likely to notice and take advantage of opportunities.
  • People who are open to new experiences: If you resist the new, you're probably not going to have many interesting things happen.

You have to able to see it, before you are going to be able to do it.


Win the collisions to win at the game