Increasing your luck surface area

Luck is not merely a random occurrence, but something that we can cultivate and increase through our mindset, habits, and actions.

From this episode, you’ll

  1. Discover how our brains are naturally inclined to remember negative experiences, and how changing your internal dialogue can help to shift this bias.
  2. Understand how the people we surround ourselves with can either amplify or diminish our “luck surface area”.
  3. Find out how expanding your experiences and embracing an adventurous mindset can put you in the path of more opportunities.

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