Aim Lower, Fly Higher

  • Set more realistic objectives
  • Only take trades you love
  • Focus on the percentages

MOMENTUM - It's a new year! Fresh starts and clean slates! So what do you say we make something of it? Trouble is most people aim too high and set themselves up for disappointment. So I say, aim lower and make sure you hit that goal! Once you hit that first goal, you can feel good about actually going the distance, as short as it may have been, and this will help you build some momentum and work towards the next goal. As far as the trading goes, make sure you take it slow and keep picking the trades you love. If you are someone who has been trading for years with unsuccessful results, you need to change the way you think ASAP!! Trading actually has much less to do with finding good trades and so much more to do with psychology. One thing I have noticed with successful traders is that they are able to separate from the dollars and cents.

THINK DIFFERENT - These traders are not focused on the size of their accounts. They are focused on the percentages and not consumed with the amount of money they are making. The money is secondary. When you truly love something and are committed to it, the real reward is in the process. If you are thinking too much about the financial gain or loss, you are setting yourself up for failure. I have been thinking a lot about how I can help traders break through this wall of failure that has now almost become a self-fulfilling fate, and I believe I have come up with a solution that will make some major differences. I'm talking life changing! Many traders have run into failure so many times, they unknowingly set themselves up for this eventuality each time they try again to make it work. Well, time for change I say. Time to change your life. You deserve it! Feel free to reach out at any time.

Trading is so much more about psychology than anything else. Via @joelkruger

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