Connect the Dots: The Art and Science of Creating Good Luck

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What if being lucky wasn't just chance but a skill you could master? Learn to identify and act on serendipity to lead a more joyful, purposeful, and successful life!

'A wise, exciting and life-changing book' Arianna Huffington, author of Thrive
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Modern life is full of chance encounters, changing plans, delayed journeys, human errors and other mishaps. This is the hidden force that rules our universe: serendipity. But what if we could use such unpredictability to our advantage?

Dr Christian Busch has spent a decade exploring how, if acted upon, unexpected encounters can enhance our worldview, expand our social circles and create new professional opportunities. From couples who met during chance encounters to businesspeople who invented world-changing ideas after a misfire, Dr Busch has studied hundreds of subjects who improved their lives by learning to see opportunities in the unexpected.

Connect the Dots is a revolutionary, well-researched exploration of an essential life skill that we can all develop and master.
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'Busch shows convincingly that it's more than blind luck in Connect the Dots, which offers excellent practical guidance for all' Paul Polman, former CEO of Unilever and co-founder of Imagine

'Christian Busch reveals that luck isn't always dumb' Daniel H. Pink, bestselling author of When and Drive

'More than just a way to create exciting opportunities, it's the foundation for a more optimistic and meaningful life. An important book for a complicated world' Cal Newport, author of Digital Minimalism

*Previously published as The Serendipity Mindset*

Product Details

Price
£10.99  £10.44
Publisher
Penguin Books Ltd
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Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780241402122
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