Q: Is there any way that I can improve my odds of winning the lottery? What are the best techniques for reducing the financial risk… while increasing my odds? Are all lottery winning systems created equal… and if not, WHY not? (and which ones are most likely to make me WIN!) In this article we are going to take a quick and easy look at 4 questions you should ask yourself before trying or applying a lottery winning system, as well as dispelling a few common myths and misconceptions as well. Curious to know more? Continue reading as we take a closer look below!
First, understand THIS to be true… because it is:
Interest in lottery winning systems is at an all time high right now, as the 500 million Powerball last week created a HUGE online frenzy for tips, tricks, and techniques that many wishful thinkers hoped would make them rich.
And of course… now that rumors have been circulating that one of the winners used a sophisticated system for choosing his numbers, more and more interest in doing the same in not so surprising.
But, in my own experience,not only will most people NEVER win any significant money playing the lottery, most will spend far more than they ever win, (or can afford) chasing the dream.
Question #1: Does the system make SENSE?
Is there a science behind it? Do you get it? Is it a strategy that others have used successfully OTHER than smoke and mirror and profitable promises?
Far too many lottery winning programs are a mish mash of new age nonsense, and the folks who buy into them never even step back and take a closer look.
Question #2: Can I afford it?
When I first started trying to improve my odds back in 1998, I bought a program through a mail catalog that cost several thousand dollars. Not only could I not afford it – I couldn’t even TEST the system, as it stipulated that you should have a few thousand dollars on hand to run through the gamut of numbers they recommended… in a certain sequence, in my local area, before getting your first real ROI. (in other words – they wanted you to start with a seed capital of about 5k, to earn 50K… but I had blown my budget on the course, and never even got out of the gate)
Question #3: Lastly, does it look FUN?
I’ve learned this the hard way over the years, and this MAY be the most important question of them all. Unless you actually enjoy applying the approach you invest in, you’ll never use it… no matter how powerful the promise. Sitting around doing advanced math, for example… and statistics, for ME, is like suffering a slow and painful death. (I’m just not good at it… and it hurts my head!) So even when I did find something that was math based, that really DID work wonderfully well a few years ago, I found I had no energy to even apply it, or use it, as it simply wasn’t fun.