Ben Miller

The word luck may have many different definitions, but one thing is certain; we all know it, people all over the world know it and it’s present in our lives more than we know. By definition, luck is a success or failure apparently brought by chance rather than through one’s own actions. In the entrepreneurial culture and the circles of life hackers, some discount luck and believe in creating their own success and destiny. In other words, creating your own luck!

So, what role does luck play in our lives exactly and do we have more control over it than we think?

Whether you call it luck, chance or good fortune, it’s not a magical force or ability that some people have and others don’t. In this interactive workshop you will learn that luck is an active process and with a bit of work anyone can bring more of it into their lives. The workshop content is rooted in scientific research and the topics will include: increasing chance opportunities, spontaneity, handling uncertainty, listening to our gut, willingness to act, relaxing and letting go and communicating wants and needs.