01/24/09 | Comments (0)
Image: “Luck is a dividend of sweat. The more you sweat, the luckier you get.” 
- Ray Kroc

Lotta Lotto keeps hoping that someday her ship will come in.

Every week, she buys about $10.00 in lotto tickets or spends $50 at the casino, hoping that she’ll strike it rich and “live happily ever after.”

The odds are extremely small that she’ll actually hit the jackpot. Is it reasonable to think that our lotto treasure ship is going to come in and provide us with financial freedom? And is it the smart bet?

“Hey, somebody’s got to win” is carelessly tossed out as bait, and every week millions of hard working people fall for it hook, line and sinker. But for every winner, there are zillions of losers. How’s that for odds?

Consider this: Learning how to take that same amount of money and investing it in your personal development, small business, or financial portfolio could yield you a far greater reward. It takes discipline, hard work and a carefully constructed plan. But aren’t you worth it?

Why gamble on your future when you can take control and stack the odds in your favor? Why not skip lotto for a couple of weeks and study the experts you can find in our resources?

We have talked about paradox in life before; it’s articles like this that keep the dream alive.

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