The Role of Luck
When an entrepreneur launches a successful new idea, it's easy to put their achievement down to luck. After all, they had the right idea at the right time and the resources to make it happen. But they also had to work hard and take calculated risks to catch that break. It’s important to acknowledge that those who have privilege are often granted more opportunities than those who don't. But that doesn't mean there aren’t steps we can all take to increase our chances of success.
Ernest Hemingway famously said, 'You make your own luck'. Maybe that’s true. You don’t need to rush out and purchase a lucky charm to be successful. And if you lack privilege, it doesn’t automatically mean you can't catch a break. There are changes you can make to your attitude and your approach to work and life that can help you to create your own luck. This course is here to explain what they are.
By the end of this course you'll be able to:
- Describe how behaviours and attitudes can increase your luck
- Identify shifts in attitude that will change your luck
- Demonstrate behaviours that will improve your chances of being lucky
Why Should I take this course
Everyone wants to feel lucky. And everyone can benefit from learning how to make the kind of choices that lead to greater success. This course will show you how to direct the winds of chance in your favour.