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Luck: We're not sure what it is, but we know we want it on our side. Is luck a cosmic force that we can randomly stumble upon, or is there something real that people who we consider lucky have discovered? The Science of Being Lucky is an in-depth look at what all lucky people have in common and how they set themselves up for success time after time.
Put success into your own hands, not fate's. The Science of Being Lucky takes you on a science-based journey into what luck is, what we think it is, and how to get more of it in your life. The journey begins by breaking down and defining the lucky breaks, coincidences, and serendipitous events in our lives, then delves into the specific traits, life factors, and perspectives that create lucky outcomes. The Science of Being Lucky will open your eyes to what is behind each moment you would call lucky and give you a concrete action plan to create more of the same.
Luck doesn't have to be just fantasy. Become immune to bad luck. Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a best-selling author. He has worked with dozens of individuals to unlock their potential and put them on the path to success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience. He's no stranger to bad luck, having broken the same toe three times, but he's found ways to reverse his luck and live the good life. Ditch the lucky underwear and rabbit's foot.
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By Jason on 05-21-18
great synopsis on the law of large numbers
great perspective as well. i have read a few of peter s books. what i like about his style is the concise format, not too much info, but not too little either..great stand alone, or if you wish, an introduction for a much deeper and involved study..i. read alot so i enjoy the various perspectives on any one subject..over all, very well organized and written, kept my interest...i have read this book 3 times..i will read more books by the same author...the narrator did a good job as well..easy to listen to his voice, clear, good reading speed and life like, not robotic..