We all get a certain amount of good and bad luck in our lives. Learn how being persistent is the secret sauce in what appears to be good luck.
We've all heard about overnight successes. What you don't know is most of the time, overnight successes took ten, fifteen or even twenty years to appear.
We know you want to have good luck in your life. We also know that it's hard to keep going when things get tough. Watch this week's video to find out how persistence can help change your life.
If there’s one thing we know, it’s that you want to have only good luck in your life. In order for more good luck to come your way, you must be persistent in how you go after the important things in your life. (Talk about why persistence is important father statement)
In order for you to increase the amount of good luck, you have to learn to push through the hard times. The problem is life often gets in the way. (Talk about how this happens)
When life gets in the way, you often feel overwhelmed and not in control of your life. That happens because you see your world shrinking and options you thought you had go away.
We know that you deserve to have all the good luck you can get. We know how frustrating it is to see little or no results and the feeling that you have a black cloud over your head.
We also know that good luck comes from persistence. (Talk about fail fast/fail cheap). (Talk about systems and how it helps turn bad luck into good luck.)
To make sure you only have good luck, we have a simple three step process that you should follow:
- Understand that all your projects will take time and experimentation.
- Adopt a system of doing small experiments
- Keep experimenting until you get to success and you will get to success.
Why don’t you set up a call with us to talk about how small experiments will work in your company.
If you’re not ready for that call, then download our free infographic on innovation. You’ll see a simple system we’ve used for years and produces results. It’s the best way to make sure all you luck is only good luck.
I want you stop feeling that luck is a random activity and instead make your own good luck by following our system for success.
In the meantime, if you’re not ready to talk, download our infographic on systematizing innovation.
And, while you’re at it, scroll down and let me know what you think about creating more good luck in your life is all about.
This is Josh Patrick. You’re at the sustainable business. Thanks a lot for stopping by. I hope to see you back here really soon.