The Key to Good Luck is an Open Mind

Luck is fickle. It is the ability to routinely be in the right place at the right time and can seem random, usually denying hard work or talent. Teresa Iafolla delves further into what makes someone lucky and calls out specific ways to help turn luck in your favor; backed by the research of sociologist Christine Carter of University of California, Berkeley, and the older findings of Wiseman’s luck research.

The main message here? Keep an open mind. Beyond that, the research found that those who are lucky:

  • Maximize chance opportunities
  • Listen to intuition
  • Expect good fortune
  • Turn bad luck to good

Use strategies like meditation to enhance intuition, relaxation, visualizing good fortune, and talking to at least one new person every week to start driving luck in your favor. Learn more from Iafolla’s article: