My wife was watching FOX news a few hours ago and I caught a few minutes with her. I'm not a big news watcher, too much negativity for me.
The interesting thing that caught my attention was the guest they had on the show who was the founder for the NAAO, National Action Against Obesity.
The newscaster was trying to make her feel bad about the entire airplane seating debate for being obese and how some people are big bones, etc, etc.
ALL the excuses were raining down and MeMe Roth stayed tough and pretty much said, "Hell yea, people should be stigmatized if they are fat and overweight."
The newscaster closed out with a weak comment, saying, "Well, you're lucky you're skinny."
Am I lucky that I am strong? Yes, I am lucky, but I freakin' worked to get this strength. Are the strongest men in the world "lucky" and were simply gifted with incredible strength?
Luck is a poor man's excuse for his lack of success, plain and simple.
Want success? Then go and f***ing get it! Make it happen, plain and simple.
A powerful mind can be the ultimate secret weapon that entirely too man people have no clue about!
-- Zach --
PS - Stop hoping, wishing and looking to get lucky. Learn how to improve your performance and improve your business BIG time by learning the methods that have been creating powerful athletes like nothing you have ever experienced before. Make your luck or forever hold your peace.