Being a believer in luck and having kissed the Blarney Stone, I found myself acting a bit defensive when I decided to open Colleen Barry’s book, There is no such thing as luck.
But I was drawn to the cover and the size of the book. It invited a read. And I wasn’t the least bit disappointed. In fact, anything larger would be off-putting to carry around. Especially since I enjoyed doing the exercises at the end of each of the six “step” chapters and still have a few more I want to complete.
The book is well organized, has lots of quotes from remarkable people and a great summary. It’s a book that would make someone like the “One Minute” guru, Ken Blanchard, say “well done.”
— Stuart Hotchkiss, Author of “Southern Fried Fiction”
Author Colleen Barry stuffs a WEALTH of wisdom into a brisk 56 pages. While you can read the book in one sitting, you owe it to yourself to savor these valuable lessons. They will help steer you toward more intentional business decisions and a more vibrant life.
— Derek Breen, Author of “Scratch for Kids for Dummies”
Helped me turn preparedness and opportunity into to real world luck.
— Dana Robinson, Amazon.com customer and reader
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