Do you pick up a penny when you spot one on the sidewalk? Are you a lucky person?
Backstage at the show, Lynn Robinson, author of "Trust Your Gut," shares her top three tips for improving your luck:
1. Pay Attention
Start paying attention to what you tell yourself. Lucky people often tell themselves they're lucky and it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. It's even a good idea to keep an intuition or luck log.
2. Be Aware of Your Surroundings
Start being aware of your surroundings. Talk to people. Go outside of your comfort zone. The people who are luckiest are the people who do things that scare themselves every day.
3. Trust Your Gut
The people who are most lucky are the ones who trust their quiet, inner voice.
To learn more about luck, go to LynnRobinson.com.
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