what is accountable for your kind success? Luck or skills.
Talent isn’t learned or developed; it’s discovered by the lucky owner or by others who are observant. However, one needs both natural ability and hard work to become successful. To be successful, there are another important factor one needs, which is ‘luck’.
Thomas Jerrifer asserted very profoundly that I am a greater belief in luck and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.
Do you find any relationship between chance and luck.? Chance and opportunity both are family members. Do you think when opportunity meets luck success is created? Agree. But how long someone should go ahead with hard work. Is there any place for stopping?
Do you see the relationship between progress and luck? How do you feel about daily actions and daily improvement and daily conscious actions in one particular direction?
Is it that after giving 100% you leave over something for final results? Is that something happened in life after investing 100% in life, how do you consider it.
If you follow spiritual intelligence than they said that even if you get energy or decision making skill to get up from bad luck is also luck. even, sometimes, what you want is not getting is call luck.
Do you believe that Luck of family members are playing a vital role in the luck of most senior person in life?
I disagree with the word Good or bad luck. There cannot be types of luck. Good and bad both are nothing but perceptions of society.
An absolute surprise to those people who believe in talent.
Do any relationship is between sweat and luck? Does it bring glory to life? Does worst luck always save you from luck? Do incompetent people get success when luck favor them? Do birthplace, birth month, birth family and birth month play a vital role in defining your success?
you could also have a formula of making your own luck. You can create your luck. you can also say very powerfully that luck had not favored me otherwise, I could be at a different stage of life.
what is talent?
What does it take to succeed? What are the secrets of the most successful people? Judging by the popularity of magazines such as Success, Forbes, Inc., and Entrepreneur, there is no shortage of interest in these questions. There is a deep underlying assumption, however, that we can learn from them because it’s their personal characteristics–such as talent, skill, mental toughness, hard work, tenacity, optimism, growth mindset, and emotional intelligence– that got them where they are today. This assumption doesn’t only underlie success magazines, but also how we distribute resources in society, from work opportunities to fame to government grants to public policy decisions.
I have spent my entire career studying the psychological characteristics that predict achievement and creativity. While I have found that a certain number of traits– including passion, perseverance, imagination, intellectual curiosity, and openness to experience– do significantly explain differences in success, I am often intrigued by just how much of the variance is often left unexplained.
In recent years, a number of studies and books–including those by risk analyst Nassim Taleb, investment strategist Michael Mauboussin, and economist Robert Frank– have suggested that luck and opportunity may play a far greater role than we ever realized, across a number of fields, including financial trading, business, sports, art, music, literature, and science. Their argument is not that luck is everything; of course talent matters. Instead, the data suggests that we miss out on a really important piece of the success picture if we only focus on personal characteristics in attempting to understand the determinants of success
The following factors are all important in giving people more chances of success: a stimulating environment rich in opportunities, a good education, intensive training, and an efficient strategy for the distribution of funds and resources