|About the Book|
Working with human development, as an educator and carrier consultant, in direct contact with professionals of every area and age levels, I noticed that most of my clients and students seemed to deserve better luck then they had in their lives. WhyMoreWorking with human development, as an educator and carrier consultant, in direct contact with professionals of every area and age levels, I noticed that most of my clients and students seemed to deserve better luck then they had in their lives. Why did this happen?The answer is simple: Because they are not doing the right things. Many good events could or should have happened to them, but they were not prepared to receive those gifts of destiny. Once again: Why not? Why don’t they do the right things - those that can bring them better opportunities?The answer is simple once again: Firstly, many people do not know what the things that really matter are and the obvious things to do to achieve their goals. Sometimes they think they know it, which is even worse. Secondly, even when they know what to do, they do not really want to change their minds or their behavior. They persist to accept their wrong thinking and to repeat their wrong behavior. That means ignorance. As Socrates pointed, ignorance is the main cause of every evil. People are so occupied doing the wrong things that they can’t perceive the right thing to do. And many are so used to their wrong habits that they don’t have enough energy to face the necessary changes.With this small book I hope to help people that really want to change their lives. I hope that some ideas presented here can help them... Know better what they can do to be more prepared to receive the gifts of luck. Get motivation and inspiration to change their habits and reap the best fruits of luck.This is not a theoretic, scientific or academic book. It’s just a manual, a how-to guide to personal change. So do not expect references to research or scientific documentation. However, the ideas that will be proposed are consistent with research findings or with golden rules of universal wisdom. Most of the ideas are obvious and disappointedly simple. But – here goes an important tip – to know is much more than to know in mind – people have got to know in their heart, otherwise they are still in the darkness of ignorance. So, when you read an obvious recommendation ahead, ask yourself: Do I really know it in my heart?