[If the video we take at the ACSCI conference pertains to this chapter, we can insert the video here, like this one for Paul McCartney's "With a little luck".
We are not apposed to planning, but we don't think you should stick with a plan that is not working for you anymore. p.3 â€œLuck Is No Accidentâ€
Each of the following lines are titles to sections within this chapter. There is at least one personal story in the book attached to each that will inspire you. If a title is a hyperlink, then at least one LWPS member has offered a link to a post they have written about that experience.
- Take advantage of unexpected disappointments. p.6
- Be open to changing locations and occupations. p 8
- Share your interests and experiences with people you meet. p.9
- Convert frustrations into opportunities. p 10
- Realize that unplanned events result in more unplanned events. p 13
- Make the job fit you. p 15
The two blocks of quoted text above were copied from LUCK IS NO ACCIDENT: Making the Most of Happenstance in Your Life and Career Â© 2004 by John D. Krumboltz and Al S. Levin. Reproduced by permission of Impact Publishers, P.O. Box 6016, Atascadero, CA 93423-6016 (12/11/2007), www.impactpublishers.com. Further reproduction prohibited.
If you are willing to share your experiences of making the most of unplanned events,
- add a comment below that
- includes only three items: 1) the link and 2) title of your post, and the title number (1-6) (above) that relates to your experience.
- Make sure that your saved your post with an AR of "public" so that it is visible to anyone on the Internet (search engines will find it), or "Logged in Users" so only LWPS members can view it.
- I will create a post (and link) for your title and COPY and PASTE it there.
Click your browser's BACK/Return arrow to return to the post that brought you here, or return to
COPY the red line below and PASTE it at the bottom of the post you create for this myth/truth so you have a link back to this post.
Go or return to <a href=http://lifeworkps.com/luck/weblog/3082.html>Chapter 1: <b>Myth</b>: Don't let unexpected events disrupt your plans. <b>Truth</b>: Make the most of unplanned events.</a>
 [The video is private until Dr. Krumboltz has had an opportunity to review and approve it. When you click on it, you will see the message "We're sorry, this video is no longer available."]