It’s a common thing to be frequently annoyed by the market— let’s be honest, it can irritate the hell out of us!
But what can we do about that?
Well, often the best practice is an internal shift rather than trying to change anything from the outside.
Quotes, man. I love them.
Excerpts, proverbs, quips, riddles, koans, aphorisms, limericks, snippets, and lyrics— I’m not the type to discriminate. I love them all.
Being a top athlete takes a lot of grit and perseverance. Because whenever one feels complacent is exactly when one might fall flat on one’s face. So, professional sports are constant acts of pushing past limits. And not every person can manage such levels of physical and mental efforts.
Significant changes often accompany the death of certain illusions. So here’s something that will significantly change the way you think of your trader’s mindset — thereby improving it.
So in the previous posts, I shared some quotes from some of Stoicism’s major leaders – Marcus Aurelius, Epictetus, and Seneca.
If you don’t know what stoicism is, and if you want to know who these people were, check out part 1 of this 5 part series of articles: What Is Stoicism And How It Can Help You Become A Better Trader