What’s your miracle level? Take the quiz to find out now! Step 1 of 2 50% 1. When someone calls to tell me his/her good news, I*listen to be polite, and then say I have to run.say ‘great’, and think to myself, “Why do others have all the luck?”celebrate with him/her by saying, “Let’s have lunch, your treat!”celebrate with him/her by saying, “Let’s have lunch, my treat!”congratulate him/her and ask him/her to share more about the good news and share it with others!2. I see a job post and the offer is very competitive, I*think to myself, “too good to be true!”think “I should find out the qualifications and get those qualifications so I can be eligible for the offer”consider applying then end up not doingapply and think, “Fingers crossed. If it’s for me, it’s for me.”stop, listen to my heart, and apply only if my heart ‘jumps’3. A friend is selling raffle tickets, I*say, “Not for me. I never win in these things.”support my friend and buy 1.buy 10. I support my friend. And I increase my chances.buy 10 and don’t think much about them.buy 10 and invite others to buy 10 each as well! 4. My mom offers to pay for my rent, I*say or think, “What? Are you kidding me? NAH. IMPOSSIBLE. This will only happen in my dreams.”say, “Do you think I am incapable of paying rent?”think, “Yes, thank God.” But say, “No. I am okay.”accept and take my mom out for lunch.say, “Thank you, Mom!”5. An idea (like ‘what if I sell my work?”) pops into my head, I*ignore it.think, “but will people buy?”contemplate and ask around.start planning a launch plan.choose one kind of work and pitch it to the first thing that pops into mind.6. I am in a job I hate, I*stay because I need the money.look for extra work to make extra dough.stay while putting out feelers for a new job.quit my job and tell others how it feels good to have the chance to be entrepreneurial.quit my job and spend 3-7 days alone.7. When you see a beggar, you*continue walking.pause a bit then continue walking.pause and think “thank God, I’m not yet one!”stop and give the beggar some coins.stop and give the beggar an amount that I feel comfortable with.