The Luck Factor, by Dr Richard Wiseman

The Four Principles and Twelve Subprinciples of Luck

PRINCIPLE ONE: MAXIMIZE YOUR CHANCE OPPORTUNITIES

  1. Lucky people build and maintain a strong “network of luck”
  2. Lucky people have relaxed attitude toward life
  3. Lucky people are open to new experiences in their lives.

PRINCIPLE TWO: LISTEN TO YOUR LUCKY HUNCHES

  1. Lucky people listen to their gut feelings and hunches
  2. Lucky people take steps to boost their intuition

PRINCIPLE THREE: EXPECT GOOD FORTUNE

  1. Lucky people expect their luck to continue in the future
  2. Lucky people attempt to achieve their goals, even if their chances of success seem slim, and persevere in the face of failure
  3. Lucky people expect their interactions with others to be lucky and successful

PRINCIPLE FOUR: TURN YOUR BAD LUCK INTO GOOD

  1. Lucky people see the positive side of their bad luck
  2. Lucky people are convinced that any ill fortune in their lives will, in the long run, work out for the best
  3. Lucky people do not dwell on their ill fortune
  4. Lucky people take constructive steps to prevent more bad luck in the future
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~ by antinomian on June 13, 2007.

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