What Happens When You Don’t Seek

I didn’t plan any posts today, and the two I wound up doing were rather bleak. Here’s a cheery one to close out the day here.

Serendipity finds you

My plans rarely work (unless they are boringly simple), but serendipity has been good to me, so over time I’ve tried to make the most of that. My theory of serendipity is still evolving, but from what I’ve seen, it’s better to think in terms of “allowing” serendipity rather than “seeking” it or “creating” it. Opportunity is all around us, but we have beliefs and habits that block it.

Boldfaced emphasis in the original.

And if you liked that post, then you must buy Max Gunther’s books.

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