Click on the short (5:27 minute) video to the right to listen to Dr. Krumboltz describe some of the "radical advice" he and Dr. Levin offer in their book "Luck Is No Accident". 
(I've prepared one (1) post (below) for Chapter 3 as an example of the posts I will create to entice you to read each chapter and share your experiences about the ten (10) myths about planning your life and career. As I develop the other nine (9) posts/chapters, you will not be able to access them until Dr. Krumboltz has given me his approval.)
Below is a table of ten (10) "myths" about planning your life and career and their related "truths". Click on one or more or all of the links to a truth. If you have had an experience with that myth/truth, create a post about it in your personal LWPS blog, then give us a link to it if you are willing to share it.
Don't let unexpected events disrupt your plans.
Choose a career goal as soon as possible.
Always keep your options open.
Follow your dream.
Take action only when you are sure of the outcome.
Try it - even without knowing the outcome.
Avoid making mistakes.
Go ahead and make mistakes.
Wait for a lucky break.
Take action to create your own luck.
Go for a job only if you have all the skills.
Go for the job - then learn the skills.
Make your career your top priority.
Enjoy yourself - the good life is a balanced life.
Whatever you believe now must be true
Examine your beliefs carefully.
Believe that luck is just an accident.
Remember that luck is no accident.
The text of each of the ten (10) myths and truths in the table above were copied from LUCK IS NO ACCIDENT: Making the Most of Happenstance in Your Life and Career © 2004 by John D. Krumboltz and Al S. Levin. Reproduced by permission of Impact Publishers, P.O. Box 6016, Atascadero, CA 93423-6016, www.impactpublishers.com. Further reproduction prohibited.
 This keynote event was taped on 12/11/07 at the ACSCI conference in Las Vegas with permission. [Other snippets may follow.]
The video was announced in the following two places on 1/19/08, and there have been 32 views - on YouTube - as of 1/20/08