Creating Luck

Ideas that will grow your business

About

Somewhere along my journey, I realized that I am lucky. It wasn’t an epiphany. It was more of an awakening about how things in my life turn out. An example:

When I was 27 and itching to start a company, I read about a local mentor program. I applied and was accepted. That was one of the luckiest things that ever happened to me. A few years later my mentor and I started a new company together called GovCon.  We grew it to be the largest business-to-goverment portal in the world and sold it four years later to a publicly traded company. I was 35 years and 2 weeks old at the time. In my wallet was a check I had written to myself three years prior for $1 million.  During my rough moments when I was feeling beaten down, I would take that check out as a reminder to myself that the pain was worth the goal.

The date on the check was my 35th birthday.  I had no way of predicting the timing of our successful company exit and it landed within 2 weeks of a mental goal I had set.  How did that happen? Was I insanely lucky? Or was the Law of Attraction pulling me toward my goal?

It turns out that having consistently good fortune is not a chance event. It is a mindset. I created this blog to share ideas and experiences that allow good fortune to permeate our lives. I hope you find it helpful in bringing about a positive change in yours. Please share your comments, thoughts and stories. Your words might create luck for someone just like you.

- Raj Khera

P.S.  Since the time I sold GovCon in 1999, I built other companies, MailerMailer and MoreBusiness.com.  Please visit my LinkedIn profile if you would like to know more about me or would like to connect.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Raj, I am lucky to get to know you and really appreciate your involvement in the community. Thanks for being you and for sharing your insights. –Lily Qi

  2. Lily, it is my good fortune to work with you. Thanks for opening so many doors!

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