“Luck is not a magical ability or a gift from the gods. Instead,
it is a state of mind―a way of thinking and behaving.”
The Luck Factor, page 165
We all know someone whose card is always drawn in the raffle, who gets tickets to the hot show, whose car never breaks down and whose marriage is bliss.
And we know their opposites, too.
Whether superstitious or not, most folks believe that luck is a mysterious force of the universe. Either mostly good things happen to you as you go through life, or mostly bad things happen. That’s true, as far as it goes.
But most of us believe there’s nothing we can do about it. And Dr. Richard Wiseman is here to tell you that’s wrong.
Luck, it turns out, can be changed. It can be controlled. Luck is a skill you can learn and a tool you can apply in business, in life.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- Luck is Not a Mysterious Force of the Universe But a Characteristic You Can Develop
- The Four Principles of Luck
- Luck School: Start with a Journal