Too bad Felix Felicis, Harry Potter’s good luck potion, isn’t real because there are times, I could really use one of those… I swear, though, I would not use it wastefully.
When sitting within the constraints of an empty room with playful lighting, it is safe get to let my mind wander to made up places whether fantastical or realistic and get high on imagination alone. If I ‘m lucky a story-line may form, but I wouldn’t use my good luck potion to secure that.
While I was working for a company that conducts statistics for commercial purposes, I came across a problematic project. For the results to be accurate, the process involved an interview over half an hour long and had to be conducted at the interviewee’s home. As you can imagine, finding a willing participant and who also fit the criteria was not an easy task; and I thought I needed a whole lot of luck if I was to conduct at least 5 interviews per day. Well I succeeded in doing much more than 5 per day and it was more about persistence than luck.
It is a universally known fact : writers need a lot of luck to be successful.
There is nothing I ever wanted in life more than creating stories. It’s not really about getting published. Don’t get me wrong, my ultimate goal is getting published regularly, but that is only because my writings would obtain purpose, and my obsession with stories would have meaning. Do I need perseverance or luck to get there?
There were times I didn’t believe in pure luck and there were times I was convinced it was ill luck to blame for my failures. In saner moments, I figured good fortune may only come when one works hard enough. So let’s just assume I had a lucky potion. There is still so much work to be done.
With persistence one may get lucky. OK, that could have been phrased better: what I meant to say was with hard work you may get to score…
When you do your homework, you just need only a push, a bit of good luck, to go all the way.