Raymond Report Sports Betting Tip #27 – How to Turn Your Luck Around?

Sports Handicapper Ron Raymond of the Raymond Report will be releasing 30 Sports Betting Tips each day during the Month of July to get you through those “Dog Days of Summer”.

Welcome to Tip #27 of 30, as Professional Sports Handicapper Ron Raymond talks about creating your own positive opportunities, and how a few changes in your daily routine can turn your luck around in life!


How to Turn Your Luck Around?

Remember one thing in sports betting, Losing is Contagious and “Misery Loves Company!

1. Work hard to improve your luck and be prepared. Don’t build your wings while being thrown off a cliff!
2. Working Hard vs. Working Smart – Results oriented business. Find a process of elimination, you can’t bet on every game.
A) Follow Winners – Teamwork makes the Dream work! (Picks sites)
B) Don’t get caught in a negative spiral – Hang with winners and don’t over think it!
C) Get inside the mind of successful people and find out their fundamentals. What makes them tick!
D) Learn the difference between bad luck and a bad decision.
E) Do the research, don’t be lazy and try to take the easy way out.
F) Confirm all before betting all your games!

Your Environment is Everything

Change Your Electronic Wallpaper to Change your Thought and Decision process.
a) Sports Radio Today vs. Sports Radio Tomorrow – (Fan Radio to Investment Radio =Game Changer)
b) Music Lifts the Soul to Produce Positive Energy

Dopamine Music Meaning:

Research has found that when a person listens to music that gives them the chills, it triggers a release of dopamine to the brain. And if you don’t know, dopamine is a kind of naturally occurring happy chemical we receive as part of a reward system.

Sports Betting Reward System

a) Enjoy the Wins – 24 hours rule!
b) Never Stop Growing, try new things, remember, if you can bat .300 in life, that’s not a bad thing.
c) Listen To Your Sports Gut: Find the sport you are best at and trust your intuition.
d) Expect Good Fortune: Be an optimist and find the good in all you do, don’t be looking for the bad to happen.
e) The Wash and Rinse Cycles: Remember, if things don’t come out in the wash, it will come out in the rinse! Which means keep things in perspective and keep the same work ethics and eventually things will turn around.

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