By: Coert Engels
Want more luck in your life?
Think others are luckier than you?
Do you find yourself saying, ‘No sense in entering that contest cause I NEVER win’?
Luck is more of an aura and attitude than good fortune.
This article by Coert Engels illustrates that through studies and science.
I know many people who seem to have more than their fair share of good luck. Winning laptops, cars and innumerable trips, they seem to be lucky more than others.
Are they born under a lucky star and the rest of us simply not?
Do the gods smile on only a few favorites?
No. According to science, we make our own luck.
The matter has been studied by psychologist Richard Wiseman, professor in the Public Understanding of Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire. In his book The Luck Factor: Changing Your Luck, Changing Your Life Wiseman explains what makes some people lucky and others not.
And it’s not the good fairy, or providence.
Is It Luck or Something More: Science Says More
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