The key to creating your own good luck
How much do you think having a good day is due to luck? For some, the quest to have a good day can be akin to finding a four-leaf clover. Good days typically evade us, and when a cycle of bad days becomes a pattern it’s common to think that we’re down on our luck. A common symbol of good luck, a four-leaf clover represents many things, such as hope, wealth, love and health. However, unless it’s given, finding a four-leaf clover requires purpose. This micro skill of intentional kindness moves you from wishing you had a good day to creating a good day for yourself and others through intentional kindness.
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Article by Bill Howatt, chief research and development officer of work force productivity with Morneau Shepell.