In times of uncertainty, the eternal question arises: How much does luck influence our success? I recall that during the pandemic, a headline went viral, pointing out the difference in the perception of remote work. But to what extent do we overvalue our contribution and underestimate others’? How much of the work we do truly falls on our shoulders? Studies reveal that we tend to think we do more than we actually do. From professional activities to household chores, we all believe we are the driving force. But is this perception realistic?