Episode 140: Trading by Using Neuro-Linguistic Programming

New Mexico Thanks for tuning in to this fascinating episode! During this show, we catch up with your host, Rob Booker, as he is sitting in the parking lot of a Whole Foods grocery store, somewhere in Salt Lake City. Rob interviews Scott Hines of Australia, who lives at the top of the state of Victoria. Scott is a 14-year veteran trader who uses Neuro-Linguistic Programming (or NLP), which helps to influence one’s emotional and psychological state, or assists in replacing negative behaviors with more positive ones, among other things.

Rob talks to Scott about some specific uses for NLP, such as an example where a trader struggles with fear every time a trade goes into profit. Scott discusses the concept of “anchors,” which are physical or sensory inputs that act as a catalyst for an automatic or instinctive reaction — or in other words — something that serves as a trigger for making a person feel or behave a certain way (and this can be positive or negative). Scott also discusses how human beings make associations and have patterns in place for everything in their lives.

And finally, we’ll also hear a current update from Rob on his Trade-for-a-Living Tour and hear what he’s doing today in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Trust us… you don’t want to miss this one!

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Scott’s Web site: Fat Bee Trader.com

Follow Scott on Twitter: @FatBeeTrader

Scott’s blog on sustainable living: The eco-house.com

Book recommendation: Frogs into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming


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One comment on “Episode 140: Trading by Using Neuro-Linguistic Programming

  1. Matt says:

    What a fantastic episode for those of us endeavoring to master the “Vulcan” approach and gain complete and unwavering control over our psychological state of being.

    I’ve come around to the idea that it’s not trading well that makes me feel good, it’s feeling good that makes me trade well, and I’m excited to explore what NLP may have to offer in this area!

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