The Law of Attraction is a deep subject and you seem to only have a very superficial understanding of it paired with a closed mind. The reason most people aren't excellent at it is that most people have very deep seated beliefs about limits and have a lot of fearful thoughts that they pick up from society. Even babies pick up and mimic the negative moods of those around them.
How Has The Law Of Attraction Worked For You
American Ninja Warrior (since 2011) America's Got Talent (since 2006) A.P. Bio (since 2018) The Blacklist (since 2013) Blindspot (since 2015) Chicago Fire (since 2012) Chicago Med (since 2015) Chicago P.D. (since 2014) Dateline NBC (since 1992) Ellen's Game of Games (since 2017) I Feel Bad (since 2018) Genius Junior (since 2018) Good Girls (since 2018) The Good Place (since 2016) Hollywood Game Night (since 2013) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (since 1999) Law & Order True Crime (since 2017) Little Big Shots (since 2016) Making It (since 2018) Manifest (since 2018) Marlon (since 2017) Midnight, Texas (since 2017) New Amsterdam (since 2018) Reverie (since 2018) Running Wild with Bear Grylls (since 2014) Superstore (since 2015) This Is Us (since 2016) The Voice (since 2011) The Wall (since 2016) Weekend Update Summer Edition (since 2017) Will & Grace (1998–2006; since 2017) World of Dance (since 2017)
You claim that "positive thoughts always resulting in positive things" is not the basis of the LOA. In part you are correct. The foundational basis in science, as I alluded to in the article was that thought stuff particles travel through ether (not air) and interact with formless stuff to create whatever it is that you are thinking about. This was how "the law" started.