Bibliography: A Few Books for You Related to Luck
“It’s hard to detect good luck – it looks so much like something you’ve earned.”
Quote by Frank A. Clark
Color Me Stress-Free
The perfect book for stressed-out adults who want to reconnect, simply and easily, with their inner creativity.
Author: Lacy Mucklow
Work, kids, relationships, meetings, traffic, bills…we are all faced with stress on a daily basis. And sometimes you just need a way to relieve the tension and avoid burnout, illness, or worse.
A simple and inexpensive way to relieve stress is by coloring images, which can be soothing. Some even consider it an alternative to stressors, ultimately aiding in reversing the effects of anxiety. Refocusing your attention on something completely different to engage in a mental, physical, and emotional shift can help break the pattern of consistent stress and allow one to rejuvenate.
Books on Luck or Good Luck
The above book, Color Me Stress-Free can help you by setting the stage for you to relax and be receptive to receive good luck.
Luck Is No Accident: Making the Most of Happenstance in Your Life and Career
Here are a few of the books we read about good luck. Get one or two of them and find out what you can do to attract Good Luck. If you think there is nothing you can do about getting Good Luck, consider how you might keep bad luck at bay.
Author: John Krumboltz PhD and Al Levin EdD
How Lucky Can You Get? How You Can Attract Good Luck by Responding to Everyday Opportunities
People have all kinds of ridiculous ideas about what it takes to achieve vast amounts of wealth and success-consistently those ideas are-dead wrong! What you have heard until this point about wealth has likely been from those who did not, do not, or are ever likely to have it.
Author: Will Munson
Lucky You!: Proven Strategies for Finding Good Fortune: Proven Strategies You Can Use to Find Your Fortune
Some people feel helpless when faced with personal tragedy, financial problems, and other unfortunate events. But others skillfully overcome the negatives and “tune in” to everything from gambling wins to career breaks. Now you can learn the secrets of being among the ‘lucky’.
Author: Randall Fitzgerald
How to Attract Good Luck
The author demonstrates how good luck is a matter of personality. Factors like a healthy self-image and certain other attributes can change a negative and failure-prone personality to a positive one that admits no defeat and recognizes that good luck is not an accident.
Author: Albert Carr
Luck: The Essential Guide
Filled with everything you need to live a luckier life, Luck: The Essential Guide is here with information, advice, or if you just have to knock on wood.
Author: Kevin Kwan
The Luck Factor: Why Some People Are Luckier Than Others and How You Can Become One of Them
Max Gunther’s classic text brought back into print. Luck. We can’t see it, or touch it, but we can feel it. We all know it when we experience it. It’s an obvious description of obvious events. But does it go deeper than this? And if it goes deeper, does it do so in any way which we can harness to our own and others’ advantage?
Author: Max Gunther
How to Attract Wealth, Health, Love, and Luck into Your Life Immediately: A Concise Manual for Personal Success
AL-Maimani offers a complete and concise reference for changing the way you think about life. Comprehensive readings on the subject of success and state-of-the-art techniques for personal achievement will help you make a major shift in the way you think about yourself and the world around you.
Author: Aiman A. Al-Maimani
Success and Luck: Good Fortune and the Myth of Meritocracy
How important is luck in economic success? No question more reliably divides conservatives from liberals. As conservatives correctly observe, people who amass great fortunes are almost always talented and hardworking.
But liberals are also correct to note that countless others have those same qualities yet never earn much. In recent years, social scientists have discovered that chance plays a much larger role in important life outcomes than most people imagine.
Author: Robert Frank
Good Luck: Creating the Conditions for Success in Life and Business
This charming, easy-to read volume explains the difference between luck, which “doesn’t last long, because it does not depend on you” and Good Luck, which “is created by each of us: that’s why it lasts forever.” In friendly, fairy tale style, the authors tell a story of two knights seeking to find a magic four-leaf clover.
Author: Alex Rovira
The Good Luck Book
A collection of folklore, customs, tips and charms, THE GOOD LUCK BOOK sheds light on many commonly-held beliefs and practices, as well as obscure facts and fables about good luck. From the ancient Egyptians who divided their calendar into lucky and unlucky days to modern sports heroes who have a vast repertoire of good-luck rituals.
Author: Stefan Bechtel
The Law of Attraction in Action: A Down-to-Earth Guide to Transforming Your Life (No Matter Where You’re Starting From)
The phenomenal success of The Secret points to the great hunger for answers, hope, and change. But what if books like that seem a little too “out there” for you? Enter Deanna Davis, whose down-to-earth approach stems from her own change of heart (it happened at the Olive Garden). In this fun, quirky, and decidedly straightforward guide, Deanna shares the science, strategy, and more.
Author: Deanna Davis