Coincidence is often the starting point for the most important developments in life, says random researcher Christian Busch. He says there are clear strategies for experiencing more happy accidents.
It is a happy coincidence that Christian Busch has time for an interview. Because the German economist lives in the USA, where he teaches at New York University. His book “Success Factor Coincidence”, which was published on February 28, is about how unexpected moments affect life – and how to make the best of them, professionally and privately. Busch stows his suitcase under the small table in the overcrowded café, being careful not to bump into the person seated next to him.