Love, luck, and a lark: Crash Test Dummies’ Brad Roberts
March 08, 2011

Has luck or hard work played a larger role in your calling?

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Lillian decor : June 11, 2012 12:34 am
This is my first time i visit here, great video, nice song, Thanks for taking the time to discuss this, i need to share this with my son he is in to music big time
Kevin : March 22, 2011 07:27 pm
I would agree that people should do what the enjoy to make money, however many many people don't get that opportunity so I think Brad Roberts should consider himself very lucky in that regard.
Kimberley Williamson : March 14, 2011 02:24 am
I would say my experience is...... HARD WORK! There are days where nothing is better than a hard days work, theres a lot of wealth in hard work . Don't get me wrong Laws of Attraction (luck) would be nice but we are not all at the right place at the right time. For some if you didn't have bad luck you wouldn't have any lol Hard work is my larger calling, its meant for me and its what I'am meant to do. Its full filling, it makes me happy, I'm not familiar with luck, I'll make my prints by working hard......I'm fortunate enough to have made impressions on people in my field and they will never forget me ........and that was as simple as working hard and going the extra mile PEACE AND HARMONY TO ALL Regards Kimberley
Lisbeth lippert : March 14, 2011 01:39 am
I think dedication and commitment with a whole lot of suffering:) lol play a large role in your calling... but the key is yoga... learning to channel and expand without expectation, makes the journey a trip!
Carlos Aguilar : March 09, 2011 02:43 am
There are countless people who are willing to work hard to pursue their calling, but without luck one can never find the success they seek in their calling. Imagine if Crash Test Dummies' Brad Roberts never found success with his first album! What happens when your love/passion becomes your means to an end? Without some help from lady luck, making your passion your main source of income becomes nearly impossible! I agree whole-heartedly that you must pursue your passions/love without viewing them as a means to an end.
Christine : March 09, 2011 01:26 am
I always had a heart for helping. Call it luck, but as I continued to work as a volunteer, people who were doing the same work were also working on a college degree. It inspired me and now I am 2 classes from my Bachelor's degree.
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