There are plenty different reasons for success.
Most of which, are not under our control.
This is something that’s hard to accept.
But random luck has a lot more to do with our lives than anything else.
At least for most people.
The movie “The Social Network” is about the foundation of facebook.
It was based on a non-fiction book about the rise of facebook.
Since it was made into a movie, they purposely put in a lot of interesting spins on the characters, etc.
But the book was much more of an insight into the “luck” involved.
The title of the book was “The Accidental Billionaires.”
A bunch of kids put together at the right place and the right time.
Right when the internet was entering a new phase.
First there was a bunch of web pages.
Then there were search engines.
Then there were web pages where anybody could create a “presence.”
This was before it was called social media.
This was back when it was called “Web 2.0”
So Zuckerberg and his buddies got in RIGHT when social media was just about to explode.
Right place right time.
And there are plenty of “conspiracy type” rumors he had some “help” from certain government agencies.
Maybe, maybe not.
But it’s VERY DOUBTFUL that the dude had dreams of being a social media tycoon when he was in elementary school.
He likely didn’t have any idea what he wanted to be when he grew up, just like most people.
Most people end up with average lives and averages jobs.
Some people, that are born into wealthy or politically connected families have a bit of an advantage.
Some have that advantage and use it fantastically.
Some have that advantage and become jokes.
I’m sure you can think of a couple.
But there are a few things BEYOND luck that can change your potential.
Anger Won’t Help
The first thing is to not blame successful people for getting lucky.
Or not blame people that are genetically gifted with gorgeous looks or mad skills.
Wishing it were easier never helped anybody.
And it keeps you stuck.
There is, however, one daily practice that will have a huge impact.
This is nothing like “one weird trick.”
This is a daily practice that will take a lifetime.
It’s not something that you can do for five minutes and expect everything to magically change.
But it will add up over time.
It has to do with how you “feel” time.
If you are trapped in a “short term” time space, you’ll ONLY be able to see quick fixes.
But once you expand your time space, you’ll see things further and further out into the future.
Which will allow you to see and feel how the future will be, based on what you today.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.