The World Of Trading

Luke: Master, moving stones around is one thing.

This is different.

Yoda: No. No different. Only different in your mind.

You must unlearn what you have learned.

Luke: All right, I’ll give it a try.

Yoda: No. Try not. Do… or do not. There is no try.

– Star Wars

Please don’t make a fool of yourself.

Most people fail because of a lack of commitment. Yesterday, they tried one thing; today, they’re trying another thing, and tomorrow they’ll try something else.

I can’t say that I’m a committed person, but I do my best to bring clarity to myself. I set a goal and do my best to achieve that. I enjoy the process and rarely think about the outcome. In this way, I live a life of peace and satisfaction.

To achieve any goal, you’ve to walk on a path using a process. Running blindly behind a deer can’t bring a meal to the lion.

You’ve to develop a game plan for everything in your life.

Whether it’s the relationship or the daily chase of butter and milk, if you don’t know how to run, you’ll never win the race, my friend.

Mind is a monkey. It wanders from one idea to the next and then another. You can’t solve the problems of your life with random talk. You’ve to understand the ground-level reality and then build a dynamic system.

Most of the time, information in our heads is outdated, and because of that, we keep on running software with a lot of bugs. To create a feature in our lifestyle, we have to develop the skills of resilience and emotional intelligence.

It’s not about getting success or failure; it’s about the process.

Are you following any systematic plan?

Without a roadmap, you’ll fall into a ditch. It’s a jungle, my friend, where the best of the best has failed and lost everything they owned.

You’re entering the world of trading.

Before you enter the jungle, prepare yourself. The hunt is going to belong. It’s everyday torture and failure that will make you become one of those top traders who earn money in the real market, and for that, you’ve to become a pro.

The professional has learned that success, like happiness, comes as a by-product of work. The professional concentrates on the work and allows rewards to come or not come, whatever they like.

– Steven Pressfield


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