Success isn’t for the Lucky

​Some people would rather call a fisherman who has amassed great success in the business “lucky” regardless of the fact that they know that the fisherman had spent the last 5 years studying where to fish, when to cast his nets, and how to haul the biggest catch. 

Yes, some also choose to call “lucky” a successful entrepreneur who spends most of his time studying and researching the industry that he is in; reads widely and also participates in various entrepreneurship seminars. 

Several people look at those who are excelling in their own field as being just lucky instead of just acknowledging that these people were ready and much qualified to succeed. 

By becoming smarter through the acquisition of more skills and knowledge you remove the concept of being lucky from the picture and become more qualified to succeed in whatever you’re working on. 


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