Fortune’s Garden

“Men of action are favored by the Goddess of good luck.” – George Clason, The Richest Man in Babylon


“Success occurs when opportunity meets preparation” – Zig Ziglar

In my study of mindset I’ve discovered through Jeffery Combs that there is an inner game to every endeavor. In that reasoning, a meta skill of action is the inner game. The inner game that everyone must make their own progress in is the mental one. Even though it’s spread across the world, you may not recognize it until somebody says it out loud or shouts it from the rooftops.

Maybe it’s coming from the person listening to a session with Bob Proctor in dead slow traffic. Maybe you met someone who was touched by influencers such as Earl Nightingale, a GOAT of our time, or even a success in the making like this guy.

Gratitude as a preparation is so important that you could be doing everything right and fail to negate a negative mindset, which is a single application of what gratitude can do for anyone.

You might have clicked the success in the making that I mentioned above. In reading that exerpt, remember that all games are systems but not all systems are games. All systems are created by someone who owns the house, and the house always wins. Would you rather work with nature or destroy it – embrace its’ warmth, or feel its’ wrath?

Most recently, Alex Banayan has contributed to the topic on Impact Theory. If you’d like to flourish in the garden of fortune, I suggest checking it out.

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