I’ve always subscribed to the notion that the harder you work the luckier you get. It never fails the guys that spent the most time in the cage when I played ball got the luckiest bounces.
Don’t be disillusioned by the notion that luck is something you can’t control, and if you are under that assumption, all the more reason for you to check out Richard Goldman’s book, “Luck by Design: Certain Success in an Uncertain World.”
Two things I forgot to mention in the video, but want to make clear.
1.) This book will help you not just succeed in your career, but also in life.
2.) It’s because Richard goes beyond profitability and explores some of the finer points of life, and how we can all achieve more satisfying, impactful experiences.
Full Disclosure: I was approached by the author to take a peak at his book. I would not recommend it to you if I didn’t think it could benefit you. I think “Luck by Design” would benefit most people, particularly those in search of their place in this world, and young aspirational people who want to accomplish big things.
*Also, I love reading & reviewing books so if you have an upcoming release and want to share a copy and/or galley feel free to reach out.*
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Video Book Review of Richard Goldman’s “Luck By Design” — http://bit.ly/NHM34
Jackie Adkins says
To quote edna from “The Incredibles” – “Luck favors the prepared.”
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