Knowing How To Get Good Luck

December 21, 2011

Ever wonder how to get good luck fast? It’s not an accident or a gamble.

You don’t need good luck charms, the right lottery number, a magic spell or a lucky rabbit’s foot. You just need to know what to do. If you want the techniques right away, without the effort of trial-and-error, you need a good-luck coach!

Call me. I’ll teach you how to have good luck. I became fascinated by the concept of how to get good luck years ago. So, I set myself to studying the history, the good luck symbols, the action steps and the underlying dynamics of people who have extraordinarily good luck. Then I synthesized my most effective methods from my years of helping my clients using hypnosis and Neuro Linguistic Programming. And I tried it all out on myself and on my own life and relationships. The only way I can call myself a Good-Luck Coach is that it worked for me…I became a very lucky lady indeed. Then, building on my own personal success, I started mentoring others about how to get good luck in their lives, too. I now have a passion for empowering others on what to do to build their own good luck.

As your Good-Luck Coach, it’s my goal to teach you exactly how to make yourself lucky. Watching how my strategies improve your life is it’s own reward. Because I see my ideas work, I continue to be excited about sharing my knowledge and guiding you to apply it for yourself.

You may hear yourself or a friend ask, “How can I get good luck? How come I’m not as lucky as others? Is there really any such thing as luck?”

Now, you can receive practical and helpful recommendations on how to bring good luck into your life. Just call me, The Good Luck Coach. My approach is direct, proven and enjoyable. Some of my practices take concentration and persistence. But what could be more fun than creating your own good fortune? You’ll be glad you did. You can learn what to do. Download my audio programs and I’ll teach you exactly how you can make your own good luck.


My Year of Living Dangerously

February 19, 2014



Perhaps the title might conjure the thrills, danger and sexual tension that was depicted in the movie by the same title which was set in Jakarta, Indonesia where foreign correspondent Guy Hamilton (played by Mel Gibson) has a steamy love affair with Jill Bryant, a British Embassy officer, (played by Sigourney Weaver) while in the back ground there are stirrings of a political coup to over throw the Indonesian President.

My year was not as exciting or dangerous, nor was I ever in threat of losing my life and I am continuing my love affair with my husband.

Although I did have to get out of my comfort zone to talk about death, survived and recovered from defeat and I also learned to love & trust in my own insights, intuitions and most importantly, own self.

My first challenge was with my 83 year old dad who had a stroke last spring.  His health has been on the decline for the last 3 years.  He is a proud, very independent and especially private man.  So at first I was very reluctant to talk to him about the end of life questions and he too was always a bit defensive when I would bring up the subject.

But after the last hospital stay, it became clear that we needed to have the talk.  I didn’t want to insult him or pry too much into his affairs but once he understood what we were doing was going to make the rest of his life on the planet less stressful (for himself and his love ones), then he opened up and we now have all the legal documents (power of attorney, medical directive and medical power of attorney) in order.

It is a hard subject to talk about but I feel that it is so important to all parties involved that I also had my own medical directive written up.  The talk brought us even closer knowing that we had to trust in each other through the process.

My second challenge came when I found out that TED was going to present in Dallas.  Most of you know that I am a speaker and one of my goals is to talk on a TED stage.  TED stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design.

Anyway, I sent in my application with gusto and excitement.  Needless to say that I was not chosen to speak.  I was disappointed and started to question my own ability and could feel my self confidence start to shrink.

But I know that my own worth is not measured by my talent but that I am a worthy human being because I am.  It did make me feel better when I found out that there were 50 applicants to fill 15 slots.

So there!  Not really life threatening stuff but I did find the courage to talk about the end of life with my dad.  I also moved through feeling defeated only to realize that I can always recover easier from defeat than regret.  I will never regret sending in my application and besides there is always next year.

Good Luck Coaching Point: Where in your life do you need to be more courageous?  What one thing would your regret ever not doing?

Good Luck my friends and be courageous (Fortune favors the bold” ~ Virgil) and don’t let defeat keep you down.

Enjoy Jack Black discussing “Top 5 songs about death”. Warning: F-word.  What would be your songs?



I See Dead People

November 13, 2013

Earlier this month, on November 2nd, the Latin American community celebrated “Dia de los Muertos” (Day of the Dead) or “All Souls Day” as it is also know in many religious communities.   It is the day when we honor our ancestors and our loved ones that have died. It is a custom to have an […]

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Twist of Fate and Then Your Queen of England or Freddie Mercury

October 4, 2013

Once upon a time in a fairy tale land far, far away called England… A King by the name of George V died and his eldest son reluctantly takes the throne. Although the new King, Edward VIII is in love with a soon to be twice divorced American woman, Wallis Simpson, the British Government and […]

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Beware of Mexicans Bearing Orchids

August 30, 2013

You just never know how your actions can affect others.  It goes back to the proverbial metaphor of the stone being thrown into the pond and the ripple effect onto the shore. It happened that way a month or so back when my good friend came into town to visit her parents.  Susan and I […]

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Does this Blog make my butt look big?

August 8, 2013

Sometime last year I was sitting in my internist office after my annual physical. I was feeling pretty good about myself. I had been doing cardio work outs at least 4 -5 times a week by running 8 – 10 miles a week. I thought that I was making good choices about what I ate […]

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Life Sucks and Then You Die?

July 29, 2013

I was born a sickly child.  I was anemic, had asthma and I spent a lot of time at the doctor’s office from the ages of 3 – 8, that sucked! Being the only daughter of a macho Mexican father sucked. When I was in 3rd grade my family moved from an urban diverse neighborhood, […]

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The Sounds of Summer

July 8, 2013

  I can’t remember when I first became aware of the sounds of summer, they all seem so natural.  It came as a vague awakening that we move from the light, cool days of spring to the next stage in nature’s parade of time and seasons. The cicadas announced themselves in a symphony one evening […]

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Not your Mothers Dear Abby

May 21, 2013

The call came as a complete surprise.  My dad was on the other end telling me that my mom was taken to the emergency room.  In the next six hours we would watch our mother leave our lives in a brisk and uncomfortable good-by.  In that time she gave me some advice that would latter […]

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C’om Get Happy!

April 22, 2013

Good times!  It was the early 70’s when a widow takes her family of 5 children on the road for a musical tour and puts her kids to work playing music.  Yes, I am talking about the “Partridge Family” traveling around in that Mondrian inspired pattern painted bus.  And who can’t forget the TV’s lively […]

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Lucky Charms

March 25, 2013

I know what you’re thinking?  “They’re magically delicious!”  I’m not talking about those Lucky Charms of yester years that were consumed on Formica counters at the top ‘o the morning.  I am speaking of the talisman that people carry.  Items such as rabbits foot, lucky pennies, wishing stones, ugly troll dolls; I think you get […]

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