Check out this week’s affirmation: I make my own luck.

Roman philosopher Seneca once said, “Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.”

And while many people agree that luck does create some level of opportunity – a chance meeting that leads to a job interview or a boss quitting unexpectedly, opening a path to a fast-tracked promotion – nothing enables greater success than working harder and caring more. Affirmation: I make my own luck.

I make my own luck.

I am fortunate. I am successful and happy because of the choices I make. My habits help me to reach my goals and increase the quality of my life. Affirmation: I make my own luck.

My career is rewarding and satisfying. I continue to update my skills and expand my knowledge. I read industry publications and take courses. I volunteer for challenging assignments. I network actively online and off.

My children are kind and responsible. I work at providing a positive role model. I listen to their concerns and encourage behavior that prepares them for adulthood. We spend quality time together. Affirmation: I make my own luck.

My partner is loving and supportive. I let them know how much I appreciate them. I communicate openly and honestly. We work together as a team.

My friendships are close and nourishing. I stay in touch by making time for regular coffee dates and weekend outings. I engage in deep conversations. Affirmation: I make my own luck.

I share my thoughts and feelings. I reach out to new acquaintances. I feel confident and connected.

My mind and body are strong and fit. I eat a nutritious diet and work out regularly. I aim for 8 hours of sleep each night. I manage stress and take time out to relax. Affirmation: I make my own luck.

My spiritual faith gives me comfort and purpose. I participate in a faith community. I integrate my beliefs into my daily life. I find fulfillment through sharing my blessings.

Today, I feel like a winner. I create my own luck. Affirmation: I make my own luck.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. How can I change my luck?

2. If I was writing a fortune cookie message for someone I love, what would I say?

3. Why is hard work more important than luck?

Affirmation: I make my own luck.

Affirmation: I make my own luck.

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Affirmation: I make my own luck.

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