How ‘LUCK’ is actually spelled

If you’ve read ‘I have paid the price‘ then definitely you know how ‘LUCK’ is spelled.

For those who have not read it or doesn’t even know then so here the spellings of ‘LUCK’ is going to be revealed.

To understand the spellings, we are going to take help of the ‘world’s fastest man’ – Usain Bolt (also known as ‘Lightning Bolt’)

Usain Bolt is a world record holder for being the fastest man on earth, completing the 2009 world championships 100 m sprint in 9.58s. None the less, he is not only the record holder of the  100m sprint but also of 200m race. He has a world record of completing this event in 19.19s.

Usain Bolt celebrating the world record for 100 m sprint

And to your surprise, he broke both the world records at the same Olympics  and he became the first man to hold both the 100 and 200 m world and Olympic titles at the same time.

But that’s his LUCK, people say.

If you ask him what was the reason he will frankly tell you that it was his “LUCK” that brought him where he is today.

And you’ll not ask anything further after asking this question because you too will consider that where you are today is only because of your LUCK and indeed you are right.

Usain Bolt celebrating world record for 200 m sprint

But, let me help you by asking another question to this legend. “How did you become LUCKY?” and he will reply “By WORK” and after a pause he’ll continue, “I workout for 16 hours a day. I compete with myself and my timings everyday. I wake up early and run a few miles daily. I have nutritional diet and take care of my health so that I can perform at optimal point. Every night I visualize myself breaking the world record, running faster than the previous day. I WORK to be LUCKY and I WORK HARDER to be MORE LUCKY.”

Through his answer you’ll understand that the actual spellings of ‘LUCK’ is:

W

O

R

K

“The harder you work the more lucky you’ll be.”

Usain Bold showing his torn shoe
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