Luck is not chance—it can be cultivated. This engaging guide shows how to attract “chance” opportunities, and avoid “bad luck,” in ways that will dramatically improve your life.
Why do some people seem to have all the luck? According to writer and economist A. H. Z. Carr, there’s much more to luck than just the random caprices of fate—“luck” is an accessible mind-set that anyone can achieve.
The difference between “chance” and “luck,” says Carr, lies in our mental attitude. Carr teaches readers how to develop their character and adjust their mind-set to pick out the opportunities for happiness and success that are available to us all, but which most unthinkingly pass by.
This is no volume of superstition—this is a real guide for people who want to tap into the opportunities for a better life that surround us.