As traders, we face the challenge of dealing with our natural tendencies that can affect our decisions in the market. Robert Greene’s book, “The Laws of Human Nature,” sheds light on these biases. When reading this one for KBWS Library consideration, it was really interesting to draw correlations as to how basic human biases impact …
It’s About Who You Are, Not Just What You Can Do
In this article, we’ll unravel why confidence is paramount for success in trading and provide actionable steps to help you transform into a more confident trader.
Remember that empathy is not just about understanding the emotions of others, but also about taking action to support and care for them. With a little effort and a lot of heart, you can become a more empathetic and compassionate person.
In this article, we’ll explore four key takeaways from “Give and Take” that can transform our lives and relationships for the better.
In this article, we’ll explore why it is vital for us to be humble as traders and how this quality can lead to more informed decisions and better outcomes.
Being patient is about more than just waiting for things to happen. It’s about cultivating a mindset of resilience and fulfillment that allows us to stay calm and composed in difficult situations. By practicing mindfulness, gratitude, and other techniques, we can develop greater patience and build a more positive and fulfilling life for ourselves.
No one person has all the answers, and collaboration is key to visionary thinking. Work with others who share your values and vision, and be open to different perspectives and ideas. By working together, you can build a collective vision that is greater than any individual effort.
These 4 simple ways to boost curiosity will help you expand your knowledge and, not only grow as a trader, but see the world in a new light.
In this 4-Bar Setup, we will focus more on the “do” of the Be-Do-Have framework. Doing is the action that manifests from whatever we choose to be.