I don't think so. I think wealth has more to do with the actions of individuals, than how "lucky" they are.
Dennis Prager agrees.
People who make less than $20,000 a year . . . told Kahneman and his colleagues that they spend more than a third of their time in passive leisure — watching television, for example. Those making more than $100,000 spent less than one-fifth of their time in this way — putting their legs up and relaxing. Rich people spent much more time commuting and engaging in activities that were required as opposed to optional.
Hmmm. Maybe there's a reason that network marketers are told "turn off the TV".