Discussion in 'Development and Psychology' started by TheRumpledOne, May 6, 2014.
I am paraphrasing an email I received today:
Thus, if you over think or over analyze your trade, try to force it, or try to be too perfect with your performance, you are guilty of getting in your own way.
Most of the time, traders get in their own way because of fear of failure or perfectionism.
When you get out of your own way, you allow yourself to trade freely without expectations or pressure. You allow yourself to just do it and trust in your skills.
Two mental keys can help you get out of your own way:
(1) Understand the core issue that blocks your performance and cope better with this, such as fear of failure, fear of embarrassment, or perfectionism.
(2) Learn how to let go and trust what you have trained yourself to do in practice. We call this the performance mindset.
That's too funny
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Very nice energetic vids, that addressing the core problem that most of the peeps have with trading. Wish i saw these a while back,when i began to trade.. Very good job!! :thumbsup:
Consistently inconsistent made me laugh... Luv'it ;D ;D
Altough i would disagree with your statements about indicators.. The right ones with the right settings can be huge help to determine if the market conditions favorable.. Just my 2 cents..
Each trader must find their own way. Doesn't matter if they use indicators or not so long as they are consistently profitable.
Thank you for your kind words.
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Nice enthusiastic vids, that tending profoundly issue that a large portion of the peeps have with exchanging. Wish I saw these some time back,when I started to exchange.. Awesome employment!! :thumbsup:
Reliably conflicting made me chuckle... Luv'it ;D
Altough I would differ with your announcements about markers.. The correct ones with the correct settings can be enormous assistance to decide whether the economic situations great.. Simply my 2 pennies..
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