Are you a person who generally has the chips fall your way? Or are you someone who finds yourself lamenting lost opportunities? Do people attribute your success (or struggles) to luck—or lack of it?
It turns out that luck may have something to do with it after all, but not in the ways we traditionally think. In a fascinating study conducted at England’s University of Hertfordshire, psychologist Richard Wiseman demonstrated that luck can actually be a learned behavior. It turns out lucky people tend to be more observant—of opportunities and potential pitfalls. Whether that means spotting chances that others might miss or simply listening to their inner instincts to avoid certain situations, people can actually “re-train” themselves to be lucky.
Our My ParaVita community can help you hone your observational skills so that you can enhance your opportunities for good luck. The result is a renewed energy, balance and prosperity in your life that will make you feel like the luckiest person on earth!