New book posits that attitude and expectations influence how often it comes your way
Luck, says Richard Wiseman, isn't something to be left to chance.
He should know. The British psychologist has spent 10 years studying lucky and unlucky people. And though luck is by definition unpredictable, his
research findings have convinced him that people nevertheless can determine their own luck.
It sounds paradoxical, but Wiseman insists it's not.
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