Hard Work or Luck

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MARIA
 HERRADON
 GARCIA
 
  “When
 people
 succeed
 in
 life,
 it
 is
 because
 of
 hard
 work.
 Being
 lucky
 has nothing
 to
 do
 with
 success
 in
 life”
 
  Everyone
 will
 agree
 that
 hard
 work
 is
 the
 main
 key
 to
 every
 step
 of
 success
 but
  luck
 has
 also
 some
 role
 to
 achieve
 those
 successes.
 So
 many
 people
 in
 this
 world
  work
 very
 hard
 but
 still
 do
 not
 meet
 their
 dreams
 and
 goals.
 From
 my
 everyday
  experience
 and
 observation
 I
 can
 totally
 disagree
 with
 the
 statement.
 I
 think
  people
 should
 have
 good
 luck
 also
 to
 lead
 their
 hard
 work
 towards
 success.
  To
 be
 lucky
 in
 life
 you
 must
 have
 worked
 hard
 for
 it
 previously.
 There
 are
 very
  rare
 cases
 in
 which
 people
 have
 accomplished
 their
 goals
 because
 of
 pure
 luck.
  You
 need
 to
 prepare
 your
 self.
 Since
 we
 are
 children
 we
 go
 to
 the
 school,
 to
 start
  feeding
 or
 minds
 with
 the
 basics.
 As
 we
 grow
 up
 we
 acknowledge
 more
 and
 more
  information
 that
 will
 be
 key
 in
 our
 lives,
 even
 if
 we
 don’t
 know
 it.
 Preparation
 is
  essential
 because
 in
 order
 to
 develop
 your
 ideas
 you
 need
 a
 background
 to
 support
  them.
 The
 important
 thing
 is
 to
 love
 what
 you
 are
 working
 on,
 because
 being
  passionate
 about
 your
 job
 will
 help
 you
 to
 rise
 your
 career
 and
 do
 greater
 things.
  You
 need
 to
 have
 dreams
 and
 goals
 in
 life
 even
 if
 they
 are
 rather
 impossible
 but
 it
  is
 also
 good
 to
 settle
 some
 lower
 targets
 in
 a
 short
 period
 of
 time
 will
 help
 you
 to
  avoid
 feeling
 deceived.
 
 Some
 great
 examples
 of
 hard
 workers
 that
 have
 received
 their
 rewards
 are
 Pedro
  Almodóvar
 and
 Steve
 Jobs.
 Almodóvar
 was
 born
 in
 Ciudad
 Real,
 so
 knowing
 the
  possibilities
 that
 Madrid
 could
 offer
 him
 he
 moved
 to
 the
 capital
 at
 the
 tender
 age
  of
 sixteen
 years
 old,
 all
 alone,
 without
 his
 family.
 He
 worked
 very
 hard
 to
 make
 his
  way
 into
 the
 movie
 industry
 and
 his
 talent
 wasn’t
 given
 an
 award
 until
 the
 release
  of
 “Mujeres
 al
 borde
 de
 un
 ataque
 de
 nervios”,
 eleven
 movies
 later,
 when
 he
 got
 his
  first
 Goya.
 At
 the
 age
 of
 50
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