Luck Be A Lady…

A lot of people say they believe in things like luck, magic, or fate, but I don’t go for that mess. I believe in all three! Think about it, ever met someone that just seemed to always get lucky? Or maybe you know someone that ALWAYS seems to have bad stuff happen to him…


It’s not that you’re born with a certain amount of luck, it’s that you have a certain amount of control over your own fate. And that control you have will guide you into situations that can either be favorable or disastrous.


It’s not really rocket science. I’ve seen it time and time again and I’m sure you have too. The more belief you have that something either positive or negative will happen, the more of a chance of it actually happening.


Unfortunately,  I don’t have a ton of time to go into it, but lucky for you (see what I did there?), I write these puppies every day so eventually, we’ll get there together.


However, if you would like the fast track and the opportunity to discuss how you can apply some of my methods that I’ve used to create success for myself then feel free to contact me here.


Jerry “mastering destiny” Washington


P.S. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard how you control your own destiny. I always believed in it conceptually but never thought it to be something that could happen for me. I don’t have any program or anything to sell, just conversations, that seem to be helping people gain perspective and begin to shift their mindset. If this is something you might be interested in, feel free to contact me or just drop a line down below 😉 Talk soon…

Get Lucky Today

Luck’s like a game that we all play and hope to win. The more you play the more you will increase your chances at winning. The problem is however, that a lot of people are too scared to play the game.


And I get it.


Boy do I get it!


I’ve been there before broham, we all have been there because there’s a lot of pressure out there for us to succeed, but there is even more pressure for us to stay the same.




We all dream of success, what the new car will look like, what the new house will smell like, what the bank account will look like, but what we don’t dream or better, what we can’t conceive, is a way of getting there.


Many people say that they believe they will succeed, but they can’t see themselves making the first step. It’s hard to make that first step because it is uncomfortable. But change as we all know is a little uncomfortable.


I wish I had more time to talk to you about this, but I’ve run out of time. If you want to continue this discussion, I would like you to consider joining the conversation in my private Facebook group Project SELFFY.


I’m outta time. Let’s talk later.


Jerry “get lucky” Washington


P.S. I’m sorry to be so abrupt, I’m just currently living my dream vacation in the Bahamas right now. If you want to learn how to do something similar, you can join the conversation in my private Facebook group. When I get back to the country, we’ll have a lot to discuss. Talk soon…

Wanna Get Lucky Tonight?

I was just doing some cleaning up around the house

And I picked up an award from my college conference championship.
I kinda chuckled to myself.
Because I thought about how shortly after running the event

My legs were like flaming yule logs

And flashes of me rolling in the infield trying to untie my shoes

With cramps in every muscle in my body sent a smile to my face.

Thinking back, as I heard the announcer tell the crowd that my
Time was (still is) a conference record and the crowd was lucky
Enough to witness the best performance ever on the track to date.
I thought to myself, lucky them…
You see luck is all a relative term. 
Many people attribute luck to those that have more success than them.
Saying that they had the right environment or were lucky enough to know 
The right people and act at the right time.
While I’m not going to deny that it does play a part
I would have you consider that people
Like Kevin Hart (who just surpassed Jerry Seinfeld in ticket sales)
Or Oprah, or anyone who seems like they just came out of nowhere
Did not just come out of nowhere, but were actually there 
The whole time busting their asses to get where they are today.
It’s not a matter of running through walls till 
Your brains leak through your nostrils
But it certainly is not sitting around thinking that
Everything is going to work out for itself because supposedly

God wants you to struggle through just enough “tests”


Luck is about finding ways to learn and

Accepting the fact that you are going to experience pain

But through pain, you will learn the lessons that will help you to

Grow like a seed through the dirt and muck, up into the light.

Luck shmuck, if there’s one thing I’ve learned from living in a 
Moldy basement for half a year with a car that didn’t go in reverse, is that
Nobody is gonna give you anything and when (or if) you ever get “lucky” it’s
Because you have done something in the past that has put you in the situation
To receive that good fortune.
You want to “get lucky?”
Learn how to copy nature and plant seeds that will germinate
Into freaking awesomeness.

It’s easy and I can show you how

Click the link below if you’re feeling lucky

Jerry “Luck Charm” Washington
P.S. As I grow older, I believe less and less in good or bad luck. I’m starting to believe more in the fact that in everything there is a lesson. You can say it’s God trying to teach us something, mother earth, or some other infinite source. It’s not a matter of your belief of who you should pay spiritual responsibility to in order to receive good fortune. It’s a matter of recognizing opportunities to grow and taking them so that you can deserve what you think you should be lucky enough to receive. Talk soon…