Why is it some people seem to have much better luck than others? We've all met people like that; those fortunate individuals who seem to draw good luck to themselves like a magnet. Wherever they go, good things happen to them. How do they do it? What's their secret?
Even though good luck is partly a matter of chance, it is indeed possible for anyone (including you) to attract more of it. You might not be able to control exactly when, where, and how good luck will strike. But with a few simple changes in behaviour, you can increase the likelihood more good luck will find its way to you.
“Do not be embarrassed by your mistakes. Nothing can teach us better than an understanding of our mistakes. This is one of the most effective forms of self-education.”
Thomas Carlyle, 19th Century Philosopher
Some people seem to have a natural gift for dealing with mistakes and setbacks in life. No matter what happens, they bounce back quickly, eager to move on to whatever comes next. For others, recovering from mistakes is a struggle. They come down hard on themselves when they mess up even slightly, often leading to a downward spiral that can be hard to get out of.
If you tend to view your mistakes with shame or embarrassment, it's time to shift your mindset. Reframing these events as a learning opportunity is one of the most empowering things you do for yourself.
If you're not naturally a morning person, getting your day off to a good start can be a challenge. You wake up groggy and scramble to get ready, only to find yourself running late as you rush out of the house. The day is thrown off, and you're left feeling scattered, off-balance, and out-of-sorts.
Your morning sets the tone for the rest of the day. If you feel calm, relaxed and energized, you're better prepared to deal with whatever comes your way.
Here are 10 tips for building your perfect morning routine.
Tips for achieving optimal wellness, inside and out.