It may seem like an odd thing to consider the idea of serendipity right now, considering how unlucky so many people are who lost their power or their homes, or even loved ones. However, many of us are indeed lucky, and ought to be grateful for our good fortune.
It's not just luck or a "happy accident" in every instance. Serendipity is something that can be created, Tony Tjan argues in today's lesson. How can you create your own luck? The first step is self-analysis. What type of person are you? What are your personalty traits and what strengths do those suggest? Answering these questions will go a long way to increasing your "serendipity quotient," which may not save you from the random violence of a storm, but can help you position yourself for success in the 21st century.