- Dec 19, 2004
Amber is a well-adjusted, successful businesswoman and trader; however, she had considerable difficulties when she first began to trade. She earned a PhD in college and her nose-to-the-grindstone attitude helped her excel in business, but this attitude worked to her detriment in trading. She experienced herself wanting to trade the way she worked – endlessly, putting many deliverables on her plate at once, and barrelling through her workday. She said she liked her day this way because it gave her an edge, but when she used this same tactic in her trading, she had dismal results and it almost depleted all of her capital. She knew there had to be something driving her thinking and creating such depressing results. After working with her Thought Journal and reflecting deeply on this issue, she realized that when faced with doing things the easy way versus the hard or difficult way, she had chosen, time and time again, the difficult path. It had never occurred to her that this could be...
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