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Due A Lucky Break? Seven Keys To Creating More Good Luck
People who expect good things to happen to them attract more good things. Call it positive thinking, but there is a lot of science behind the 'law of attraction'. Einstein once said that problems cannot be solved at the same level of thinking at which they were created. Emotions are contagious. Deliberately deciding to spend more time with positive people who view life through the optimist's lens and less with those who don't!
It will come back to you tenfold. What you put out comes back to you, not the first time, not every time, but over time your energy creates your reality. Last but not least, lean into your sixth sense that is often pointing you toward the best and luckiest path. If something just feels right, it probably is. If it doesn't, well, it probably isn't. Be grateful for that. So if you do nothing else today, take a moment to think about how lucky you already are. Of course, not every risk you take will turn into a lucky break but the more often you put yourself "out there" on a limb, where on the braver hearted dare to go, the more you increase your odds of landing whatever it is you most want.
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Martin Seligman, the founder of Positive Psychology once wrote, "Optimists endure the same storms in life as pessimists. The truth is that what you put out you get back Some people lose their job and spend years focusing on the doors that closed and others lose their job and look for how they can open new doors… maybe even build some.
Research shows that over thinking the big decisions can often undermine their quality and land you in a spot of "bad luck. Powell said he ran toward the home of his neighbor, identified by WSVN as year-old Maria Cabral, when he smelled smoke. He started hitting a window with his cast and a plastic chair until the window broke and he was able to get in.
Miami-Dade Fire rescue told CNN that when the firefighters arrived at the scene, they found smoke coming from the one-story home but no visible flames. Once crews were inside they determined Powell had put out "the main body of the fire.
The fire department is still working to confirm the cause of the fire. A relative of Cabral told WSVN the woman usually lights a candle in a corner of her home and that night, the flame caught on the wall and spread throughout the house.
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Cabral was taken to a hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation, Miami-Dade Fire said.