How to get lucky
If you feel unlucky in love or would like to improve your chances of finding your ideal partner then this post is for you.
What role do you believe luck or chance plays in your love life?
How much control over your world do you think you have?
Can you change the chances of getting positive or negative outcomes in your life?
Can you manipulate luck?
Imagine a man who is rich, well dressed, polite, healthy, happily married with wonderful children and a great reputation. You ask him how he achieved the life he has and he says “I guess I was just lucky.” Do you believe him?
Now imagine a man who is destitute, in rags, coughing up a lung as he puffs away, alone and unwanted by all. You ask how he ended up in such a situation and he says “I guess I was just unlucky.” Do you believe him?
Relying on luck alone is not a viable plan for building our future. Success must require more. Still, we all know that progress towards our life goals rarely proceeds in a straight line. Sometimes, despite our best efforts we fail to get what we want while we see others, perhaps less virtuous and hard working achieving the very thing we are trying to accomplish.
“I saw something else under the sun: The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong; neither is the bread to the wise, nor the wealth to the intelligent, nor the favor to the skillful; rather, time and chance happen to all.” - Ecclesiastes 9:11
Keep reading to learn the secret to getting lucky in life!
But first, watch this video.
Successful people make their own luck
"Everything in life is luck." - Donald J Trump
How can you make your own luck? You need a plan and the energy to follow it. Basically, you need to play the game in such a way so as to improve your odds of success until the life you want becomes a sure thing.
You need to be in the right place at the right time, with the right people doing the right thing with the right attitude. At least once a week as yourself “am I doing all I can to achieve my goals?” Ask the question for each area below.
Imagine you wanted to get hit by lightning?
Where would you go? To a high place.
When would you want to be there? During a thunderstorm.
Who would you want to be with? People that shared your goal and would help you.
What should you be doing? Holding a big metal pole, or maybe a network of metal poles.
What attitude should you have? A negative one (that's an electrical joke.)
The right place
If you want apples you don't go looking on a cherry tree.
You're not going to find fish in the desert.
You won't find traditional, high quality men and women in your basement, at the bottom of a bottle, in a video game, on Tinder, while checking out dank memes, at a dive bar, nightclub, your local methadone clinic, an Antifa rally, a strip club, a women's march, or a gay pride parade.
You have to be looking in the right spot to “get lucky” and find a potential mate. An unconverged church, certain political functions, conservative social clubs, shooting ranges, conferences, trade shows, at work, via friends and family, volunteering, etc. can all help you to find the person you are looking for. Be on the lookout for opportunities.
You will almost certainly need to look in multiple places and spend time experimenting with different venues depending on your geographical location. The time you invest is not wasted, it's all a part of the process.
The right time
“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.” - Ecclesiastes 3:1
Every fisherman knows that certain times of the year and of the day are more productive for certain types of fish. Observe the times and seasons and their effect on people and their moods. Where do good people go at various times of the year? Do they have regular patterns? Do they return to some places regularly? Who can you ask to help you quickly learn about your local communities schedules?
Nothing good ever happens after midnight. In general the kind of people you meet late at night are not the kind of people you want to have kids with. Keep your search to reasonable hours.
The right people
You will be judged by the company you choose to keep or even your lack of close friends. Be very careful what your social choices are signaling to a potential mate.
When men allow themselves to be surrounded by weak or unethical men they will be perceived as weak and unethical. When men maintain connections (including on social media) with THOTs and other assorted loose women they will be perceived as being unfaithful degenerates.
When women allow beta orbiters to hang around them it signals that they have poor boundaries, are low status or that they are desperate for attention. If they are surrounded with feminists, THOTs or non-virtuous men it signals that they too may be degenerate.
On the other hand, if your friends are virtuous, strong and capable you will be perceived as having passed their test of admittance, social proof that you too are a high SMV person.
The right things
Constantly work on improving your health. When opportunity comes you will need energy to take advantage of it.
Keep your eyes and mind open for opportunities. Work on developing great posture and alertness so that you have a “heads up” approach to life.
Go out in public regularly. Keep meeting new people and building your personal network. Take time to cultivate promising contacts and friendships.
Specifics for men: Be bold, Veni, vidi, vici. See what you want and chase it until you get it or don't want it anymore. Take risks, fail, its ok as long as you are learning.
Specifics for women: Be open to possibilities. Let them earn the right to your attention and be very gracious and thankful when good men put forth the effort to meet you. Let the good men you meet take the lead. Let them be more bold and straightforward or more timid, as they choose. Don't try to change them, it’s not your job.
The right attitude
Be positive about your chances of success. People who believe they are lucky tend to get better outcomes because they keep their eyes open for great possibilities.
Expect failures, bad dates, some pain, losses, expenses, struggle etc. Sometimes things don’t go as planned.
"What separates the winners from the losers is how a person reacts to each new twist of fate. It's a blip, not a catastrophe." Donald J Trump
Have fun, even if you have to force yourself to. Dating and romance are supposed to be fun. Who wants to date someone who is not enjoying it? Get out, make your own “luck” and have a blast creating the life you want!