If you’re superstitious, and even if you’re not, you’ve probably heard an axiom or two about bad things and the way they unfold. In fact, you may have collected years worth of evidence proving they’re true. However, if you’ve ever asked yourself, “Why do bad things happen to me?” the answer likely much simpler than you think and has little to do with “threes” or being caught up in a roll of bad luck.
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All of us have default behaviors that are hard to shake even when we tell ourselves it’s time for a change. Good news is that there is a proven path for boosting success even in the face of fear and old habits, and it’s available to you. I use it with my clients and saw it in motion a few weeks ago.
I live in the middle of nowhere. Well, to be more accurate, I live in the middle of a very large continent in the middle of the desert. It rarely rains and even the sight of clouds punctuating the blue sky is a rarity. When I first moved here, we had a stretch of 157 days without rain. Last week it poured, and it was awesome.