How to become more positive and why this is good for your lottery winning

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Most lottery players are very positive people. They realise that not every game will prove a winner but the next one might. That thought keeps them playing when others fall by the wayside.

There's 3 positives you should know about being positive:

1. By staying positive, you keep playing. And that's the most important part of winning lotto - coming back for more oportunities. If you don't have the incentive to get into the game, you may miss out on that winning draw. Being positive is energising for others around you too.

2. When you're positive, you energize other players. Lotto is not a solitary game... it is meant to be enjoyed by many people. So gather everyone together round the tv when the game is drawn, and make a social occasion of it. See how the reinforcing effect of others is keeping you interested and playing.

3. Remember who you're helping. A a percentage of your play money goes to worthy causes. Schools and education, clubs, charities, volunteer organizations... they all benefit by your generosity. And just like paying it forward, what you give out will always come back to you.

So how do you increase your positivity?

Throw out bad memories.

Everything you have, everything you look at - everything you remember - has memories for you. Good, neutral or bad.

This step is simple: get rid of all the BAD memories. These will hold you back, and stop you from concentrating on the good times ahead.

Pull out the kitchen drawers and throw away copies of bills you paid late, ALL bills you've paid, photos of people you dislike, plates and cups that are chipped, old photos of how strange you looked back in the 60's, and failed projects.

Trash your losing lottery tickets. Rip them up, throw them away - after you've had them checked by your lotto store, of course.

Reduce clutter. Clean it up. Clutter is a visual reminder of how messy your mind is right now. Clean it up and your mind will be freer too.

Replace your bad-luck past with success... reminders of happy places you've been, photos of people who you admire or have helped you, letters that have touched you.

Many successful people have framed photos of their first sales check, trophies in a cabinet... it's all part of reinforcing positive character traits that help them through the tough times.

Whether your own success trophy is a car, a watch, a framed check, pictures of happy grandchildren, your first record deal - make sure you have something around that reminds you of how great you really are.

Ken, 

I played your Silver Lottery for 3 weeks and got $75,000 between 2 games. To say I'm amazed is an understatement. My family have just been told and it is like a giant birthday for them. I will be sending my daughter on a trip next weekend and paying the bills too. Thank you again for all your help. 

Joan (jw*********@yahoo.com)