JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #74-How is your return on luck?

  • How people can be in the same situation but experience a completely different result
  • Based on Jim Collins chapter in Great by Choice on Return on Luck
  • How to get to the best return on your luck and to avoid making bad luck a disaster
  • We all catch breaks; it’s what you do with those breaks that matter the most
  • Each month is different?

Have you ever noticed how you can have people in the identical situation, yet the results vary drastically? Why does this happen? Is there a particular reason why some prosper in certain situation while others struggle to stay afloat? Today we examine this situation further and try to come up with an explanation.

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