Why is it some people get on really well in life,and find good things come to them very easily,?
They quit resisting aspects of life experiences that they think should go differently, and learn to find the opportunity, or at least lesson, in each experience as it comes.
Some just have incredible luck but most work to make that "luck" and take advantage of opportunities without worrying too much about the possible risks.
Most pursue what they love to do rather than what they think they should do just to get ahead.
If you are optimistic, they often find themselves in better situations and only noticing the best parts of life. Part of it is just your perspective. Another part is knowing what to do in situations.
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