The Luck Factor

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The Luck Factor

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Is luck just some nebulous topic that we cannot control? Or perhaps there are traits common amongst lucky people compared to unlucky people. The author performed psychological research on self-proclaimed “lucky” and “unlucky” people, and determined which traits constitute luck. In essence, lucky people are constantly seeking new opportunities, have a more relaxed view of life, and trust their intuition. Unlucky people are prone to pessimism, have a narrow way of thinking, and are full of doubt. Lucky people are more extraverted and less neurotic than their unlucky compatriots, although not necessarily more conscientious. Lucky people, in a nutshell, are those who would take a leisurely new route to work, thereby opening themselves up to fresh opportunities.

“I identified the psychological mechanisms that lay behind the 4 major differences between a lucky & unlucky life.”

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