Don’t Depend On Luck When It Comes To Your HVAC Systems
We at Craig’s Services feel lucky to be your HVAC specialists, in Bountiful, UT. But, while we enjoy celebrating four-leaf clovers, rainbows and pots-o-gold in March, we agree with Thomas Jefferson who said, “I’m a greater believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.” There are just certain things you can’t leave up to luck. Maintaining the health of your heating and cooling systems, and keeping your indoor air quality (IAQ) clean and healthy, are tasks which benefit from action (ie, regular tune-ups, check ups, and letting Craig’s keep you up to date with the most advanced IAQ solutions.) So wear your green, and befriend a redhead, but be sure to contact Craig’s Services for an HVAC tune-up and IAQ assessment. In the meantime, here are a few ideas about taking action and creating your own luck in other aspects of your life!
Charm and Beautify, Just For Fun
We don’t mean to say you shouldn’t enjoy the pep you get from surrounding yourself with beautiful or inspiring images of good fortune. Every culture has at least one or two things they display or carry for luck. Elephants (Thailand and India), Pigs- and Piggy Banks (Germany), Horses (Sweden), Horseshoes (Ancient Egypt, and well, almost everywhere), the Japanese Maneki Neko Cat, and the Four-Leaf Clover (Ireland), are all lovely traditions. Plants are also beautiful symbols of abundance. Displaying family heirlooms, pictures of loved ones, or souvenirs from treasured adventures are all ways to enliven and raise the vibration in your work space.
Seeking Fortune? Be Bold.
We’re borrowing now from the phrase, “Fortune favors the bold.” Or as Goethe said, “Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it; Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.” When you take the initiative, even the smallest steps toward reaching a goal, something truly fabulous happens- Momentum– and it feels like magic.
See It. Believe It. Achieve It.
Think about your goals every day, and have faith that by doing a little each day, you will achieve them. To help with your visualization (proven to be very effective), write your goals down, and imagine through meditation that you are in a world in which they’ve already happened. Visualize as much as you can with all five senses. Create a “vision board” with visual representations of the things you wish to achieve, and look at it every day.
Failure Is The Dress Rehearsal For Success
Make mistakes! “Yes” lives in the land of “No.” If you stumble it just means you’re taking risks. Look through the great hall of successful people who “failed” again and again before they won. From actors to CEOs to everyday people from every walk of life, it’s not how many times you fall, but how many times you get back up. You can do it! Good luck!