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The Science of Opportunity.

The Science of Opportunity

Howard I. Melamed

Global Opportunities

12453 NW 44th Street, Coral Springs, FL 33065

9781887542654, $18.95, www.sciopps.com

Luck is an abstract concept that just doesn't make any logical sense. But do those who seem to be 'lucky' have some sort of secret to their fortune? "The Science of Opportunity: Being in the Right Place at the Right Time" believes so and is here to give a run down on how readers can be the so called 'lucky' ones as well. Stating that luck is all about taking the opportunities when they appear, and finding those opportunities so you can take them, it spells out that all you need to be one of the 'lucky' ones is available to everyone who's willing to put forth effort to get there. "The Science of Opportunity: Being in the Right Place at the Right Time" is highly recommended for community library self-help collections and for anyone who thinks they are down on their 'luck'.
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