Ep 605: How to Know if You’re Pursuing the Right Course in Your Trading

In Episode 605 of The Traders Podcast, your host Rob Booker and the producer Jason Pyles talk about how to know if you’re pursuing the right course in your trading. We discuss pushing your limits and maximizing your potential. We talk about a human’s ability to “see the light,” to become enlightened and to change.

There is an important distinction between pushing your limits to stretch and grow and simply pursuing the wrong course by “banging your head against a wall” or “trying to fit a square peg in a round hole.” There are pursuits that we can strive to achieve, and then there are ambitions we were never meant to pursue. This episode explores the idea of how maximizing your potential has to do with pushing yourself, yes, but pushing yourself in the right direction!

Episode 605 encourages you to take a self-inventory and to investigate whether there are any areas of trading where you’re “forcing it.” Are you pushing yourself to your limits but also failing — repeatedly? If this is the case, Rob says, then you’re not even close to maximizing your potential at all. Actually, you’re ruining everything.

Where are you most comfortable? Which trading pursuit feels best? Where are you relaxed and at ease? Listen to this episode to learn more!

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