You are doubly and triply blessed—it’s like everywhere you go, you have a whole security squad of angels in sharply pressed business suits and designer sunglasses protecting you at all times. Things always go your way in the end, even when it doesn’t look like they will—whenever they seem to be going the wrong way, you can be sure it’s not the end; it’s just a temporarily inconvenient plot twist. The best thing you could do, for both the world and for yourself, is to share just a little bit of your good luck with the less fortunate.
You’re the type who finds $100 bills on the sidewalk. You and all your friends could go tiptoeing through meadows in springtime, and you’re always the only one to find a four-leaf clover. The only way you can mess up is depending entirely on good fortune and neglecting what you need to do to make your life better. Don’t take your good fortune for granted. The hand that gives is also the hand that can take away. Learn to be grateful, because good luck never lasts forever—not even for you.
You were born in the sunshine. You were blessed with good looks, brimming with confidence and szeksz appeal coming out your yin-yang. If you made your next vacation destination Las Vegas, you’d likely walk away with the whole town in your pocket. Your only problem is that sometimes you don’t look where you’re walking.
You’ve been lucky with your family and in your career. You’ve also been lucky in that you’re better-looking than all the rest of your family members and everyone where you work. Your only bad luck is in love, but that’s because you always pick the jerk over the nice guy. Pick the nice guy next time, and your ranking on this list will shoot to #1.