Lucky In Business

Are you lucky in business? Or just very business savvy?

Is there such a thing as ‘luck’ when it comes to business?

Or just good common business sense?

How does one get lucky — how do we find it, attain it, created it, produce it, harvest it?

How does one get lucky in business?

If most businesses fail, how do we beat the statistics?

If all businesses struggle, how can we thrive?

How can we get lucky in business?

Lucky In Business

If Luck was attainable, there be no need for effort —

for strong will, or patience, or hard work, or determination

You could delegate everything to Luck and watch Luck go

But Luck wouldn’t work

Luck wouldn’t use a business plan or a financial forecast

or a marketing strategy

It wouldn’t try, it wouldn’t plan, it wouldn’t pith or raise

Luck would just wait — for a chance to be to lucky

It wouldn’t care about time or available resources

it wouldn’t care about savings or needed capital

Luck would just wait for — Luck

But if Luck ran a business, Luck would run out

Luck didn’t plan, or try, or pitch

It didn’t manage, or recruit or build

Luck just rested on the idea of lucky

And there’s no such thing as being lucky in business


Count Me In Urban Rebound Los Angeles Conference & Competition

For all the female entrepreneurs out there starting and growing their business, there is a wonderful upcoming event in Los Angeles!

Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence/ Make Mine a Million $ Business is a program designed for women entrepreneurs to help other women entrepreneurs make their business dreams come true.  Through mentorship, sponsorship, coaching and many other valuable resources, Make Mine A Million provides women with the tools  to grow their companies, a small businesses community base and supportive connections.

This 2 day event is from May 10th to May 11th, located at the Skirball Cultural Center; 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd in the city of Los Angeles.  It’s an opportunity to pitch your business or business idea at Urban Rebound for a chance to win free business coaching and education.  There are requirements that have to be meet in order to pitch and you’ll find those at the link below:

You don’t have to pitch if you don’t want to or don’t meet the requirements, and registration is the same no matter if you compete or not; $49 for both days.

It’s a great opportunity to learn something new, network, meet like-minded women and perhaps even win some prizes for you and your business.  For more information, got to: