Are you a hobby lottery player, or a serious player?
The difference isn’t the amount of money you spend on lotto tickets. You could spend $100 a game and still be a hobbyist.
The difference is in your attitude. Hobby players do this:
Play only when they feel good.
Vary the amount of money they spend. Could be $5 one week, $30 the next.
Don’t stick to known facts, but play as the mood takes them.
Nothing wrong with being a hobby player. After all, the lottery is a fun game and should be played when you enjoy it.
But you’re unlikely to get anywhere fast.
The secret to winning big is to change your perspective.
Be a hard-nosed investor. Not only will it benefit your own games, but you’ll find your attitude will spread to other parts of your life as well.
As a serious lottery player, you’ve got to realize several things.
1. Your lotto game investment won’t always pay off. Just like the real world, you sometimes have to make a loss before a profit. Grin and bear it.
Enjoy the day’s draw, then start thinking about the next game. Here’s what happens when you take the lottery seriously:
Ken…recently won $500.00 with your system, a few weeks ago and $50,000.00 on Jan. 11…
Jeff W. (firstname.lastname@example.org)