Which is more important: luck or skill?
October 3, 2015 1:31am CST
Some people are just so lucky. They manage to get a good job with great pay not because they are the best candidate. They just can click with the interviewers. Some people are skillful but due to lack of luck, they are kept in the same position. What is more important: luck or skill?
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• Austin, Texas
3 Oct 15
I'd say skill because it comes from confidence and past stories that others may be able to relate to in the present with you. Luck on the other hand comes unexpectedly and might bridge into a false security of hope that focuses on what "should' of been if your luck runs out. Skill always has to do with deep mindful dedication and what "could and will' be done. ^_^ And its better to have a confident outlook on the past and present like skill then a no-work, no worry outlook on only the present like luck which won't allow you to relate to anyone soon. Luck might even breed jealousy from others and a sense of unfairness with egoistical pride that says "You couldn't do it, but I could do it because I'm..well,me.'' Skill knows while luck just randomly goes with it,I guess.^_^