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The Luck Factor: Why Some People Are Luckier Than Others and How You Can Become One of Them by Max Gunther

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Chapter 1: The Spiderweb Structure

A spider strings many lines to catch passing flies, and the bigger her web, the better she eats. So it is with those who would catch good luck. In general, and with exceptions, the luckiest men and women are those who have taken the trouble to form a great many friendly contacts with other people. Let's see why this is so and how the spiderweb structure works.

O. William Battalia is an instrument of luck. It is his business and in most cases his pleasure to bring good luck to other people. The luck he brings (when it is accepted) is nearly always of enormous, life-changing impact, and he usually brings it ...

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