Josiah Nang-Bayi, MD
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I believe in good luck!

Do you?

There are different schools of thought on this subject. Is there such a thing as Luck, whether good or bad? How does one attract good luck or bad luck? Are there people who are naturally blessed with the gift of good luck and others the curse of bad luck?

Do people really become rich overnight just by hitting a jackpot at the gambling tables? Or just chancing upon a breakthrough opportunity they never expected or worked towards?

According to an article on Investopedia, games at gambling tables always have a statistical probability against you winning; ranging from one-5,000 to one-in-34 million chance at slot machines. Another research by Business Insider also revealed that 89% of 4,222 gamblers lost money. Another study revealed only 13.5% of gamblers won. Even with these wins, most of these winners have been shown to lose all their millions within a few years. Examples are the cases of Jack Whittacker, David Lee Edwards, etc.

What is the point of all these statistics? Let me introduce you what I termed, pseudo-good-luck and true-good-luck. The former is the type of good luck that finds the gambler at the tables. This is false, unsustainable luck that mostly leaves the person in a worse state than he/she was before hitting the jackpot. The same can be said of a man who suddenly comes into a hefty inheritance that he is not mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually prepared to handle. For such “wealth” will filter away through his hands faster than it came.

The actual good luck, the true good luck, given unto men by the Goddess of good luck that they prosper all the days of their life, comes to men of consistent action who have prepared themselves as a fertile ground on which a seed may be planted fruitfully. To attract such luck one must first commit to a life of learning and self-improvement in preparation for breakthrough opportunities that may come his or her way; and once the opportunity surfaces, it is grasped with all four limbs and acted upon with measured urgency and consistency.

As it is written in The Richest Man in Babylon, by George S. Clason, “to attract good luck to oneself, it is necessary to take advantage of opportunities”. Those eager to grasp opportunities for their betterment, do attract the interest of the good goddess. She is ever anxious to aid those who please her. Men of action please her best”, he added.

Are you prepared to be visited by the Goddess of Good luck?

You may want read the The Money Farm by Dr. Josiah Nang- Bayi. It will prepare you to be receive the blessings of the benevolent Goddess of Good Luck. Get a copy HERE.

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Josiah Nang-Bayi, MD is a medical doctor by profession, an author, a financial literacy and digital assets enthusiast, an entrepreneur and a growing philanthropist.
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