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Stupin says she is fond of the expression 'The harder I work, the luckier I get,' but notes there is no substitute for a focused business strategy that makes sense.
He was luckier than most and won twenty annual payments of $722,000 each.
Ron Harper, founder and chairman of Harper Corporation of America, has published "The Harder I Work, the Luckier I Get," a personal memoir.
The first comprehensive test of charms' effectiveness found they do not increase luck in events of pure chance, but users often felt luckier and more confident.
I work mostly from home, but luckier still: I love what I do.
The home team had an even luckier escape a minute before the break when Andy Corbett's 25-yard shot hit the post.
The truth is that the harder you work, the luckier you get.
The harder William Phillips works, the more talent he displays, the luckier he seems to get.
The luckier ones will learn to follow, and others, sadly, will perish.
Others are luckier in fending for themselves; the poor and weak ar e among those who resort to survival strategies in which sexual connection plays some role.
Actually, when you take its robotic precision and stability into account, you're probably luckier with AESOP than a human surgeon.
This real estate manager's daughter was luckier than many.
Bellevue is luckier than most smaller municipalities in the region because it has had a stormwater utility for 24 years and has most, if not all, of the required stormwater programs in place to protect its streams and lakes," says Phyllis Varner, surface water quality manager for the city's utilities department.
How lucky we all are that she took that journey and luckier still that she is such a gifted writer that we could learn with her and be entertained immensely while doing so.
Though Bolden persevered through the rigorous Olympic training, refusing to let her disorder slow her down, she admits to being one of the disease's luckier victims.