The Luck Factor: The Scientific Study of the Lucky Mind Paperback – 1 Jan 2004
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"Wiseman knows the secret of a lucky life." (Daily Telegraph)
A revolutionary study of luck, and its power to transform our livesSee all Product description
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It's the same with this and it is a very good publication. Excellent points and very easy to follow. Again, if you do what the publication points out, you will find changes starting in your life.
We make our own luck but it really depends on how you think.
Wiseman identifies four principles that underlie a life of good fortune, adherence to which will draw good luck into the life of the individual. These are 1. The belief that you are lucky (lucky people create, notice and act upon chance opportunities. They also have a relaxed attitude to life). 2. Lucky people make success happen by using their intuition and gut feelings. 3. One must expect good fortune, hold fast to this belief and persevere in attempting to achieve your goals. 4. Lucky people have a knack for transforming back luck into good luck. One must affirm your good fortune and have a strong conviction that everything will work out for the best.
There are graphs showing the research results and some black and white illustrations of playing cards. Overall the conclusions are quite impressive and I find the results of the study very convincing. There are plenty of exercises and the book concludes with notes that include bibliographic references. It is heartening to finally see scientific proof of the power of the mind in this regard.
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