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Part III: How to Plan > Luck and Planning

Chapter 16. Luck and Planning

You can improve your luck, reduce your risks, and enhance your prospects of being successful by understanding the interplay between external chance and inward response.

A chance event, like meeting a helpful stranger or discovering a new piece of information, can shape your luck and determine your success, but it will not affect you unless you respond to it. Your response will be determined in large part by your needs, attitudes, and patterns of behavior that have evolved throughout your lifetime.


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