Is there such thing as Lucky Life

by JagSEO
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I'm just wondering some people have good circumstances and some don't have.

Some people go through life where they don't have to figure things out, where they have the luxury of things in there arsenal. Sometimes they don't have to work as hard as anybody else and still they have enough money in their disposal.

While others struggle to keep up and put a food in the table. They struggle to have their personal life in order. They go through pain and hardship like no one else.

Is there such thing as Lucky Life?

Some People are born luckier than others. First, they already have a foundation of a wealth, Second they already have the confidence built in and third they already have the connection set.

What do you think of it?
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  • Profile picture of the author lowriskinc
    There's definitely basic circumstances that some are born with an abundance of. And some are born with a lack of basics. We all just have to try to make the most of what we have. It's a greater story when someone without much achieves something.
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    • Profile picture of the author The Niche Man
      I think some people are lucky in many circumstances, but often it still comes with responsibilities, obligations and expectations. It's a quiet trade-off most people miss. There's an ancient saying "To whom much is given ... much is required.

      There's many examples I could give but let's take a rich person born into wealth for example, the children born into wealth often ...

      • Face the constant concern of people's motives (do you like me or just my money).
      • Many are spoiled and are cursed with a sense of entitlement.
      • Many have self-esteem issues, they don't know what it feels like to earn their own way.
      • Many have parents who substitute "things and stuff" for love and attention Plus, they depend on things and stuff to make them happy more than the average person does. They never think their enough alone, as a person.
      • Many face the constant pressure of trying to live up to high achieving parents expectations. For example, imagine the pressure Michael Jordan, or LaBron James son's would have if they tried to play basketball or any sport.
      Of course many overcome those hurdles, but its not automatic, they have to work hard to overcome those challenges.There's always a trade-off. Life has a sense of humor like that.


      I think that's why you see a lot of Lottery winners crash and burn. Over 70% of lottery winners are dead broke after 5 years. Being lucky has its responsibilities, ignore that rule and it leaves you - often worse off than before.
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  • Profile picture of the author smonline
    Originally Posted by JagSEO View Post

    I'm just wondering some people have good circumstances and some don't have.

    Some people go through life where they don't have to figure things out, where they have the luxury of things in there arsenal. Sometimes they don't have to work as hard as anybody else and still they have enough money in their disposal.

    While others struggle to keep up and put a food in the table. They struggle to have their personal life in order. They go through pain and hardship like no one else.

    Is there such thing as Lucky Life?

    Some People are born luckier than others. First, they already have a foundation of a wealth, Second they already have the confidence built in and third they already have the connection set.

    What do you think of it?
    Sure some people are born luckier than others. But that does not mean others cannot be "lucky". It will take time, but one has to take personal responsibility for that.

    I think luck and personal responsibility are co-related. That means, setting goals, making a plan of action, and then taking action.

    By taking action, universe comes to support you in more ways (this is what is called luck).

    Apart from this, few people get lucky (those who have a rich parents or supportive environment). But, anyone can create their own luck by taking personal responsibility, and then taking action.
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Hey JagSEO,

      I do think some people have a little more Fortunate circumstances than others.

      Some are born into this World who have loving parents and very well off parents.

      So they have an easier time in getting established in their chosen fields.

      But regardless of who you are....the fact is EVERYONE will have challenges and obstacles and disappointments in Life.


      It is NOT if but rather when.

      So I do not think there is a so called "lucky Life".

      Just circumstances that may vary amongst people. But there will always be road blocks for every human being ........whether your Bill Gate's kid or a kid of some homeless crack addict.


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  • Profile picture of the author Neil692
    Success depends on your luck and your hard work. But luck its not a gift on your first birthday - its your talent to get everything you want from any situation. So don't think about fail, just keep pushing and one day you'll become the lucky one!
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  • Profile picture of the author Odahh
    everyone has their share of luck..few people make it a habit to capitalize on that luck.

    you hear plenty of story of lucky finds at yard sales ..

    your capaity for luck will increase with your ability to put it to use ..

    if you about 1000 people get a new idea at about the same time..all lucky..1 person..turns it into a real product..and make a fortune and the rest walk around admitting.. hey i thought of something like that.
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  • Profile picture of the author JensSteyaert
    Yes you could describe that as being lucky. Same as being lucky with your genetic make-up so you don't die from a terminal desease when you're still young, that's also luck. There is no rational reason for it and your example of being born in a wealthy or a poor family is probably the same thing.

    But luckily that doesn't determine the quality of your life, that's usually your own making.
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  • Profile picture of the author svetod
    Being lucky to be born in good circumstances is one story but being successful is totally another one, and a much more important one. Being successful means achieving financial freedom, but also being able to do what you love and do it with passion. So never blame your lack of success on luck and always work hard for what you want.
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  • Profile picture of the author MWatson
    Honestly, The Harder I work, the more lucky I get. I believe more in the universe giving you what you ask for rather than "luck".


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    • Profile picture of the author 4thMarshall
      A life led by luck should be as boring as watching an helicopter take someone up to the mountain top when there was supposed to be a hiking contest between him and friends
      I'd rather work those muscles, is there no sense of pride in this?
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  • Profile picture of the author Adrianhenry
    I think there definitely is such a thing. Of course people that work harder will have more "luck" but they are actually just positioning themselves in such a way that they are ready to be able to capitalise on their good fortune.

    But having said that their will of course be statistically derivable distributions of good fortune and "luck" and as any statistician will be able to tell you there will be positive and negative variance associated with that distribution for any finite sample which in this case is a lifetime. So some people will have more good fortune in their life than others which could be seen as a "luckier" life. Although getting into fortuitous situations and capitalising on them are two very different concepts.
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