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The Seven Habits of Lucky People By Luckologist Ric Wallace

it is my belief that people who consider themselves to be consistently lucky all share certain habits or characteristics to varying degrees. It’s their persistent practice of these habits that makes them attract good luck in many areas of their lives. See how many of these habits are common to you.

Lucky People…

1) Don’t take life too seriously.

Lucky people often have a great sense of humor and even laugh at their own silly mistakes of the past. They also do not live in the past. Life is for the present, with an eye to the future. For every challenge we face there’s usually something good right around the corner.


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2) Create their own luck & don’t simply wait for LUCK to happen.

Lucky people do not collect dust; they’re proactive in moving forward and creating wealth, success, etc. They are not usually number crunchers and not really concerned with odds. They create their own luck through attitude, dreams, and belief.


3) Notice & take advantage of opportunities that come their way.

Where some people see only problems, lucky people see opportunities. Lucky people can see beyond what others can, in turn seeing the larger picture. They are usually adept at avoiding scams. They almost have a sort of sixth sense and are able to read people.




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4) Set and reach goals, and make affirmations.

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5) Know how to turn lemons into lemonade.

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6) Filter out what they don’t need to focus on what they do need.

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7) Remain optimistic & persistent even in the face of negativity.

Lucky people always see the glass as half full to overflowing. They turn lemons into lemonade; they notice when a course correction is required; and they often adopt the “dumb dog” principle – not knowing when to quit!


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Tip #3 Create Your Own Luck By Ric Wallace



Tip #3 Create Your Own Luck

Reprinted from 21 Lucky Lottery Tips For Selecting, Playing, and Winning Lotteries
By Ric Wallace ~ Luckologist / Multiple Lottery Winner

Some think LUCK is random; others feel it can be created or harnessed.

Many cultures throughout the centuries have believed in LUCK. Some say LUCK is a form of superstition with various interpretations. Some well-known GOOD LUCK superstitions include four-leaf clovers, horseshoes, rabbits’ feet, a heads-up penny, ladybugs, knocking on wood, the color red or green, and crossing your fingers. Many consider the numbers 7, 9, 11, 21, and their own birthdays to be lucky. Some even believe having bird droppings fall on them is a sign of luck!


Yet, you can probably find an equal number of people who believe in BAD LUCK superstitions too. The more familiar beliefs include walking under a ladder, seeing a black cat cross your path, breaking a mirror, or having a Friday the 13, something that Hollywood has capitalized on repeatedly.

Is the glass half full or half empty? Both answers are correct. A person’s attitude and belief determine the answer. This analogy can be applied to LUCK. Is it random, or can it be created? Some will say it is completely random, while others like me believe it can be created or harnessed.

My 2-year wealth-luck action plan (see LotteryCharms.com®) consisted of beliefs, dreams, visualizations, actions, and the use of items of LUCK. It all formulated from the idea that a series of smaller wins would eventually lead up to a big win, like tremors in advance of an earthquake. The name LotteryCharms.com® was formalized as a Trademark with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office on May 30, 2002, to help validate my claim of a plan. The Federal Government of Canada’s Trademark office has given my plan the credibility it needs. The LotteryCharms.com® Trademark information is available online, and anyone worldwide can view it. I shared my goal with a federal tax auditor shortly after the start of my 2-year wealth-luck action plan. The Federal Government of Canada also has a copy of the $2,408 win I’ve listed on LotteryCharms.com®.

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On May 31, 2004, my 2-year wealth-luck action plan was realized when I won the GRAND PRIZE on a hospital-sponsored Dream Home Lottery. This tax-free prize package, valued at more than $775,000 CDN, consisted of a luxury home, furniture, sports car, appliances, electronics, hot tub, cash, and more. Other wins during this two-year period have been documented on the LotteryCharms.com® website. Some say I missed the mark on my plan by only one day, but 2004 was a leap year, which means I actually reached my goal!


People often approach lotteries with the wrong attitude. They buy a few tickets and because they don’t win the multi million-dollar prizes immediately, they get discouraged. I know buying tickets is no sure thing, yet not buying tickets guarantees you can’t win. Still, in order to be a successful lottery player with multiple wins, it’s not enough simply to buy tickets – you have to work on your attitude as well. It’s almost impossible to win in life if you give up too easily. Even in challenging times, I’ve never allowed myself to get discouraged or lose focus on any of my dreams.

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As a child, I struggled with schoolwork. A high school math teacher, whose class I was failing, told me I wouldn’t graduate. He believed my best hope was for full-time employment with the supermarket where I worked. In order to prove him wrong, I went to summer school to improve my mark. At graduation, this same teacher walked up to me asking why I was there. I looked him in the eye and replied, “I went to summer school, I had a better teacher, and I earned a better mark.” He walked away from me speechless!


As a young adult, I grappled with health issues that robbed me of nearly five years of productive life. A few years ago, when I broke my right arm and smashed my hand, I lost use of my right hand for about nine months. In spite of some of   these difficulties, I never gave up hope or let anyone else squash my dreams.   The reason I’m sharing some of these issues is simply to remind you that we all  have challenges to overcome.

Some believe successful people are simply lucky. Talking to people who have prospered, they attribute their accomplishments to goal setting, actions, beliefs, dreams, visions, and the power of positive thinking. In my view, adding an item of luck can help you reach success more quickly. It’s like putting higher-octane fuel in your car – it gives more power and performance. With the   right mindset, you truly can create your own luck.

It is your attitude, dreams, desire, belief and actions that determine your success with lotteries and life. When someone asks me if I believe in LUCK, I   simply say, “YES!” I wrote this book sitting in the dream home I won. This validates my belief.

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Toronto, Ontario arrived from google.ca on ““left hand itching wives tale””.

Toronto, Ontario arrived from google.ca on ““left hand itching wives tale”“.


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The IRISH were originators of this saying!

“If your left palm itches, it means you will soon receive money; if your right palm itches, it means that you will lose or have to pay money.”

“If your left palm itches, scratch it on wood and you will be sure to receive money; if your right palm itches, do not scratch it at all, because then you will lose money.”

Right hand itches you’ll shake hands with a stranger, left hand itches you’ll gain some money.

Some people say the left hand is for receiving money, but the right hand is for losing money. Some people reverse the hands.


For me the superstition of the itchy left palm passed down from my mother and grandmother. And to them, the itchy left palm means unexpected money or wealth coming. I can recall dozens of times this has proven true for myself, my mother and my grandmother. Recently an itchy left hand predicted unexpected money and last Friday I received a check for over $300. Recent lottery wins in the last few months were preceded by an itchy left hand.


The week leading up to the draw of the dream home I won, my left hand was almost a bright red from being itchy. I was constantly scratching it (the win was not lost as some websites suggest if you scratch it).

The itchy left hand was even mentioned in the local paper and on Canoe.ca. Some people or cultures say it is your right hand that is a sign of money coming in.

Whether you are right handed or left handed, or even your heritage background may have some determination for which hand is the indicator of unexpected money or wealth. The itchy left palm was passed down from my mother’s side – mostly Irish background. To some people this superstition sounds totally NUTS. My wife when she first heard this was flabbergasted, but over the years has seen firsthand this working for me. Recently we have both had itchy left palms, and she is starting to adopt the superstition. This superstition I believe in gets stronger each time it comes true, for me I would say 100% of the time. If a have a ticket on a lottery draw and develop an itchy left palm, I know I have won a prize.

I would suggest you take note the next time you have an itchy left palm or itchy right palm and record what follows. Tracking this and comparing to results will help you to decide to follow this superstition and which hand indicates unexpected money or wealth.

The idea of tracking events in your life to determine if things are going positive or negative can plot your LUCK.


The some superstitions that I do NOT follow or believe:
  • It is bad luck if a black cat crosses your path
  • 7 years bad luck if you break a mirror
  • It is bad luck to walk under a ladder (unless someone is on it)
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LC-2014-AD-01-500Some superstitions that I follow or believe:
  • itchy left palm, to me, means I will soon receive unexpected money or wealth
  • Things happen in 3s
  • Your life path number is your LUCKY number – adding your spouse’s life path number will yield a Really Lucky number for the two of you: My combined life path number with my wife’s is 10 – We won the 10th dream home given away by the hospital lottery in London, Ontario (used to be the 10th largest city in Canada).
  • Itchy left ear – someone is talking about you
  • I would not buy a house on a lot with the number 13 (based on a few stories I know of )
  • A black squirrel crosses your path – it is going to be a Lucky day
  • Seeing a rabbit in the wild is a sign of Luck
  • Luck is your attitude or belief
  • Items of Luck – Click to see how I am doing
  • Luck can be Created, Tracked & Forecasted
  • When a dog has an itchy back and is rolling on the ground, it is going to rain