The Effort, The Lottery and The Miracle. How to win the lottery and the entrepreneurs ticket

Over the past few weeks, I have been wondering mostly about one thing and that is how we would like things to happen by a miracle.  I say we, because we all to some extent would like it that money comes to us effortlessly and that work and life challenges disappear miraculously.   I don’t doubt that if for one second there was such a thing as a magic wand that you would hesitate to use it.  Unfortunately and for as far as I am aware it does not exist, yet there seems to be a huge misconception about those who have a vision and mission in life and believe that the magic wand exists in the vision.

By setting your vision and holding this vision one defines where they want to go and be in life and as much as I believe in the universal force and the laws of attraction, spirituality etc, I don’t think that anyone has yet managed to win the lottery without buying a ticket.  Does this make sense?  If your vision is to win the lottery, you need to start buying the lottery ticket and not just one, but lots of them and not just lots of them you need to also start looking at the statistical patterns, etc. 

There was a company in the US that started employing mathematicians to work out the odds.  They would work day in, day out crunching numbers from the past and buying hundreds if not thousands of tickets.  Their effort paid off, they won and they won with a good multiple return on investment on time until such times that the activity was found illegal and the project was shut down.

The Voice inside my head

Imagination and courage is what gets you to write and speak out loud. While I have enjoyed writing for many magazines, newspapers and blogging, most recently I have written less and less. Not because I didn’t want to, but mostly because what I wanted to write had nothing to do with anything in particular. It was not a company subject or matter. They were just thoughts and ideas that came to my mind. As I watched, read, observed. My mind would fire up, I would write an article and then forget it forever. I have created this blog and called it “The voice inside my head” to address what I am really going to talk about in this current blog. I know that there is already a novel out with this title but my blogs from now on will be nothing but a summary of what the voice inside my head is. Enjoy, disagree or agree. They are nothing more than what I have just pointed out.

Acknowledgement: I owe my writing skills and passion to my English teacher Ann Stobart, who always encouraged us to write and be imaginative and Andy Severs who was supportive and encouraged me to push boundaries and believe in myself.