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About the Author: John D. Krumboltz

John D. Krumboltz received his Ph.D. Krumboltz in 1955, the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota. For more than 50 years it has been a national and international level and leader in the field of counseling psychology student. He has been professor of Educational Psychology at Stanford University since 1961 and professor since 1966.

He is described as a prolific researcher and theorist of psychology, whose work has revolutionized the field of counseling psychology. His pioneering research in professional development, behavioral counseling interventions, and social learning theory of career decision-making, has had a huge impact on the field.

He has authored or coauthored more than 200 publications. Award of the American Psychological Association for Professional Distinguished Contributions and the Tyler Prize Leona APA 17 Division, the highest distinction to scholarship and practice in psychology is granted, are among the many honors and awards received.

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Making the Most of Happenstance in Your Life and Career by

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Paperback, Published in Aug 2010 by Impact

ISBN10: 188623003X | ISBN13: 9781886230033

Page count: 176

Unplanned events -- chance occurrences -- more often determine life and career choices than all of our careful planning. A chance meeting, a "fill in" job, a hobby --these are the kinds of experiences that lead to unexpected life directions and career choices. Luck Is No Accident actively encourages readers to create their own unplanned events, to anticipate changing their plans frequently, to take advantage of chance events when they happen, and to make the most of what life offers.

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